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silkworm dropping tea

Postby pb2q » Jun 9th, '10, 16:09

I was reminded by another thread about a recent episode of Ruth Reichl's new show, Adventures with Ruth. In Laos, she drinks a tea brewed with silkworm droppings.

Look for the episode named The Tamarind School, Laos here, where you can view the episode:
http://www.gourmet.com/video?videoID=40054373001

I actually considered posting this under "Flavored Tea".
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Re: silkworm dropping tea

Postby Victoria » Jun 9th, '10, 16:27

I am not clicking on that link. Ewww!
:shock:
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Re: silkworm dropping tea

Postby nonc_ron » Jun 9th, '10, 17:19

pb2q wrote: tea brewed with silkworm droppings.

Image :D
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Re: silkworm dropping tea

Postby chittychat » Jun 10th, '10, 07:54

Anyone in for horse-apple tea? Sparrows love to pick in it so there must be something good there. :lol:
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Re: silkworm dropping tea

Postby Dresden » Jun 11th, '10, 15:04

I know someone who used to drink cow-dropping tea.... No wait... That was just the mushrooms... :shock:
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Re: silkworm dropping tea

Postby nonc_ron » Jun 11th, '10, 21:29

Dresden wrote:That was just the mushrooms... :shock:

Did they make purple tea? :D
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