태민: 내 너무 맛있어
"I like the texture"
A little sour, have a kind of lemoney aroma, pretty interesting taste actually. Definitely not bad
I tried them as a kid :p
Rindou-senpai used ants for the food ingredients @SnS
Duolingo keeps getting more bizarre
I am from Oaxaca, Mexico and here eating ants is pretty common. :)
omg i know right
Actually, we do eat ants in a region from Colombia. But, it's not on a daily basis, it's just a typical snack or something like that. Also, they are expensive.
I forgot to say that they are big ants, called "Culonas"
this is not related to korean, but i went to go search them up to see how big they were... make sure to add ants at the end
Today I have truly been enlightened
yes because if you dont youll just get booty pics
I think ik why they call it "culonas" now...
I searched them up too (out of curiosity) and all I got were booty pics... EWWW... I need to delete my brain history...
My eyes nearly popped out of my sockets.
I don't remember them having much flavor covered in chocolate. I really liked grasshopper flour brownies though. I can't explain the taste easily but maybe savory is a major trait I'd attribute. Bugs are way healthier than cows AFAIK.
I used to squash ants and eat them when I was little. I still remember how they taste. 개미는 안 맛있습니다
Why is "Is an ant delicious?" wrong?
It is talking generally, not specifically
yeah theyre yum
I have eaten ants in Thailand and Laos before. Tasted creamy. No to my liking though.
"Ants are delicious?" should be fine...
No ants are not delicious
Antman sure is
Well, I didn't expect such sentence..
Why are they so curious about ants?