reading about the coachroach in the salat, not to amusing in my opinion, but nothing new in third worl countrys, cleanlyness is not that important either, that;s why you find those four legged critters.iam; German , wouldn;t wont to be anybody else, one thing in europe is cleansingness , least about food what you put in your mouth, but people from Asia, middleeast, wont know why such a big deal?ps. the show on sixty minutes few years back, taped a few venders in new york, the guy was taking care of a itch between his legs,than fixed the lady her hot dog, cought on tape, not funny since he could have washed his hands or wore some gloves.trust me, I wont eat from street venders unless Iam in germany.sincerly sonja wolff. ps Guten Appetit.
Ha, the old movie.... 'Joe's Apartment'. If you haven't seen it, you need to. The ultimate cockroach situation.
I lived as a missionary for 32 years in various parts of China. I found that eating cockroachs, beetles and other small sources of protein was quite common. Cockroach eating is no worse than eating flesh from any living creature.
Those snails (aka as escargot) that covered our walkway and house while it rained were on every upscale restaurant's menu while living on the island of Okinawa, Japan and were an expensive item at that....made my stomach churn literally.
jai.hye, escargot is excellent, plus the snails are much easier to catch than the cockroaches who are devilishly fast.
Tastes like chicken!
ezsoub42, you are sort of correct, depending on how you prepare the roach. Think of this though, while you cook your chicken. Your chicken tastes like cockroach. Mmmmm...
Check the bottom of your pizza before taking a bite.
I would definetely not eat a bug of any kind. This person has to be insane.
I sure would never eat a bug of anykind, no matter what.
GOD!!! It's not normal inChina~
I am disgusted