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This bug’s for you: Diners try ‘Pestaurant’ in Baltimore

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If you were at the intersection of Pratt and Light streets in Baltimore Tuesday, and if your idea of good munchies is fried insects, you had a chance to sample some of the fare at Ehrlich Pest Control’s pop-up “Pestaurant.” The event is designed to highlight Hunger Action Month and to show how insects are a viable food in many cultures.

Photos by Maximilian Franz

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