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Eating invertebrates at the Museum of Life and Science 

I ate its coxa. I ate its labrum. I ate its compound eye. But I could not eat its broken little legs. Crunchy and seasoned with chipotle, ancho and chili peppers, Mexican spiced grasshoppers are as addictive as beer nuts. But there…

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