Yes, But Would You Eat It? “W” is for Wasp Crackers

Welcome to the Blogging from A to Z Challenge! Each day in April (except Sundays) I’ll be posting about unusual and exotic foods.

senbei is a Japanese rice cracker, which most of us have tried at least once. You know, the kind that come in bags or containers of snacks. Rice crackers are light and crispy. These just have the added yumminess of…wasps! The wasps that are used in the senbei are farmed especially for human consumption (that’s comforting).

I searched on Amazon to see if they were available, but couldn’t find them. Bezos let me down – I thought he sold everything. I guess you’ll just have to go to Japan (once the Coronoavirus isn’t an issue – I’m writing this post on March 2, so who knows?) to find these rice crackers.

But it still begs the question, friends – would you eat wasp crackers?


19 thoughts on “Yes, But Would You Eat It? “W” is for Wasp Crackers

  1. Sorry, no, I’m not that desperate. I have had chocolate covered ants but only because my darned friend didn’t tell me there were ants. This was back in middle school year. A guy friend offered me a bite of chocolate. Sigh. But, I survived. 🙂

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