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Yuck or yum? Swiss offer insect burgers of mealworm larvae

Swallow deeply, pinch the nose and repeat the mantra: "Tastes like beef, tastes likes beef." Then bite into the burger of rice, chopped vegetables, spices and mealworm larvae.
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