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Silkworm (Bombyx Mori)

As well as producing silk from their diet of mulberry leaves, silkworms are eaten in China in the style of shrimps. After being boiled briefly, they are generally finished by being fried and seasoned with lemon. They are also sometimes sun-dried.

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