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17-year-Cicadas


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Cicada Larvae Recipe

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Cicadas are best known in culinary world for its protein reach larvae. It’s best to prepare larvae since its skin still soft. Larvae is basically young Cicada that is about to become and adult. It usually hinds underground for the most of its life and climb the tree in early May and this is best time to collect it for your protein reach dish.

 

For example you may prepare meal called Soft-Shelled Cicadas. You need just 1 cup Worcestershire sauce, 30 freshly emerged 17-year cicadas, 2 eggs, beaten, 1.5 cups flour, Salt and pepper to season the flour, 0.5 cup corn oil or slightly salted butter. You should marinate cicadas in Worcestershire sauce for several hours. Dip them in the beaten egg, roll them in the seasoned flour and then gently saute until they are golden brown.

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Dude I am safe from messicans...I am harboring a puerto rican. I'll just be like she is an illegal too so they will have sympathy and make me tamales and enchaladas...

 

 

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I don't think my area experiences the mass swarms but I can't really remember if it was 17 years ago.

These shits are out every summer though aren't they? I'll usually see their crispy brown shells chillin around on stuff. And when you go out in the day you hear that loud like "ch ch ch ch" noise that they be making together.

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