In a country where not even frogs, dogs, cats, bats, or rats are spared, the question is not “What do Cambodians eat?”, but rather “What don’t they eat?”
Below is a sample of some 'snack food' from NW Cambodia… abundant particularly during the rainy season, when grasshoppers, crickets, beetles,
and bugs are collected at light traps, then taken by bag, basket, or bucket to local markets, and sold--normally raw, or deep-fried-and-ready-to-eat,
with a garnish of spring onions, garlic, chilies, and seasoning salt.
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