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A rather surprising item we found on the menu at the local Indian takeaway whilst visiting NAH's aunt in Poole earlier this year. Although I'm a trained freshwater biologist and so I usually take finding strange river beasties in my stride, even I didn't like the thought of eating this dish!

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  1. Perhaps they suck out impurities?

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  2. Mmmmmmmm ~ yummy. Would have to make sure that I had room for a pud.

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  3. Petoskystone - ;)

    Mark - possibly, though they might be a bit gritty

    Damo - just like the fly in the soup joke eh?

    Chicken Lover - welcome! Possibly?!?

    Anna - how about just going straight on to pudding?

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  4. Oh dear!

    I'm sure anyone needing extra protein or iron would benefit but I imagine they would be rather chewy when cooked?!

    Keep up the good work!

    Ryan

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