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  1. #1
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    Desert Spider Pita.

    i have a Middle Eastern female acquaintance whose family were desert Nomads.

    She sometimes mentions a recipe for Desert Spider Pita.


    BBrrrr... should I bother to get it up on this new forum?

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    I like to know a little more about it.....pretty sure I would not eat it though

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    Yum.. pita

    Yes please post the recipe for the desert pita.

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    hmmmmmmm.....what are we gonna put on a pita
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    I said I would eat just about anything....once
    Well, this would be the exception.
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    That's not exactly the kind of pita I had in mind

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    I'm sure it is just a pita bread like this

    with some way to prepare a desert spider to make it edible
    (if that's possible)
    When you live in the desert you learn to live on what's there.
    R2B4BTU

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    Aren't spiders a relative of crustaceans? Lobsters, crabs, shrimp. They might be kinda good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvacker View Post
    Aren't spiders a relative of crustaceans? Lobsters, crabs, shrimp. They might be kinda good.
    Ok then you go first.Than tell us all about it.
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    I have never knowingly eat bugs. But technically a spider isn't a bug. If we were all sitting around eating spiders I would try one..........and a beer.

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    maybe 12 beers then a spider

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    umm, better make it a case of beer before i would touch a spider anywhere near my mouth!

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