Would you eat a chocolate covered scorpion? The people at the London-based Edible shop are hoping you have an appetite for edible insects.
Taking advantage of the growing trend of insect eating, which has long been the norm in many parts of the Eastern world, Edible is offering a detoxified farm-raised scorpion covered in rich dark Belgian chocolate. This crispy treat also comes covered in toffee or infused in vodka.
Edible doesn't just sell scorpions, the shop specializes in other offbeat treats- from hornet honey aioli and worms to chocolate covered red ants and crickets. If crispy critters are your thing, make sure to shop by the shop's website.
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