Level B Submissions

Never Complain about Sashimi

by Jack

Chicken, cheese, and vegetables are all commonly eaten in the USA. The consumption of raw fish is on the rise as it is now sold in malls and airports. Many countries prepare strange-tasting delicacies. In Cambodia they hungrily grill scorpions in garlic oil. In China you can buy grilled scorpion on a stick. Octopus, still squirming, is served in South Korea. Escamoles are fried nutty-tasting ant larvae. Lastly, in Thailand you can have chocolate covered silkworms shipped to the US. So never complain about sashimi or eggplant because there are much stranger things you could be eating.