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By Andrew Zimmern

Have you thought of consuming monstrous flying ants? Or uncooked camel kidneys? good, learn directly to watch Andrew Zimmern not just consume those distinctive and gross meals, yet survive concerning the humans, locations, and adventures he's had whereas roaming the area looking for new and intriguing meals.
Zimmern takes readers from nation to kingdom, traveling neighborhood markets, partaking in cultural feasts, and chasing down local flora and fauna to style what each one nation has to provide, and gaining knowledge of what's so much actual approximately every one position he visits and the superb details he gets whereas touring to those countries.
And you too can! Come alongside on Andrew's remarkable adventures and examine enjoyable evidence concerning the animals he encounters, the folks he meets, and the areas he explores. You'll additionally locate cool recipes to aim at domestic. So permit Andrew Zimmern be your consultant as he's taking you worldwide, consuming his means via meals one couldn't even dream of consuming, whereas celebrating the undiscovered locations and bizarre wonders nonetheless happening this present day.

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