Four million people watch Facebook star hilariously eat ant eggs fresh from the nest

Four million people watch Facebook star hilariously eat ant eggs fresh from the nest

By Coconuts Bangkok

 

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Today, in a corner of the internet that we rarely visit, a Laotian Facebook star with a large Thai following had us crying with laughter over his latest cooking video.

 

Apparently, this is how you get protein Lao-style. The internet personality known as “Bualai” shows off how he cooks ant eggs, which are a delicacy in Laos and northeastern Thailand.

 

First, he put dried shrimp, basil, toasted rice, seasoning, and of course, his homemade pla ra, strong-smelling fermented fish in a bowl. He mixed them together well and then simply grabbed ant eggs from a tree swarming with ants.

 

Full Story: https://coconuts.co/bangkok/news/video-four-million-people-watch-facebook-star-hilariously-eat-ant-eggs-fresh-nest/

 
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