Answer by Rory Young:
In Zambia and other African countries some tribes are very keen on mice. Bon apetit!
s ( type of caterpillar) are very popular in Central and Southern Africa.
Theis eaten by the Goba and Soli in the The brown (females) one are eaten but not the (green) males and have to be boiled in clean water, the water thrown out and then repeated otherwise the eater will not be able to urinate for an extended period and can end up hospitalized.
Locusts and grass hoppers. My son used to catch these in the garden with the maid and then she would fry them up for lunch!
“Flying Ants” (Termites)
When the first rains arrive in Southern and Central Africa the termites fly out of their mounds there is much excitement as people rush around in the rain with buckets trying to collect as many as possible. They are great to eat!