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  • From: rob hamilton <>
  • To: longdistshtr <>, North American Fruit Explorers <>
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  • Subject: Re: [NAFEX] Cicadas, eating thereof
  • Date: Fri, 30 Apr 2004 11:44:46 -0700 (PDT)

One of the links suggested that Japanise Beatles being
edible. Next month I will have enough to eat and put
up for storage. Anyone got a recipe for JB jam? :)

Actally, I dont think I could stand popping them in my
mouth (at least the adults), but I wish I could get
the birds interested in them.


--- longdistshtr <> wrote:
> As Jerry Lehman mentioned in his American Persimmon
> Interest Group Article
> (Pomona, Spring '04) some Native American diet items
> have gone unappreciated
> over the years. However uninformed this information
> may seem, there is an
> element of fact in it.
> Being that this is a target year for the emergence
> of tenerals from all
> those grubs which have been gnawing our delicate
> feeder roots for almost two
> decades, there is a chance for revenge and also to
> revive a favored fare of
> this Land's former inhabitants.
> They are surprisingly delicious and in some parts of
> the Country there will
> be plenty of them to sample if you are so inclined.
> Try 'em. You'll
> probably like 'em. The females are best. The listed
> site has several
> recipes. I'd advise one to stay away from the
> saturated fat in the
> chocolate covered ones. Leave a few to serenade me
> with their "July Fly
> Overture" on a hot summer afternoon while I sip my
> Mint Julep.
> Doc Lisenby
> Zone 7/8 (SC-whar we don't know nothin' 'bout no
> 'simmon puddin' but the
> 'possums are good 'n fat)
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