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

PUBLISHED ON FRI, JAN 12, 2018 6:50 PM

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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