Gonimbrasia belina is a species of emperor moth which is native to the warmer parts of southern Africa. Its large edible caterpillar, known as the Madora or mopane worm or Amacimbi, Masontja, feeds primarily but not exclusively on mopane tree leaves. The mopane worm is a healthful and cheap source of nutrition.
It is said that Mopane worms are high in healthy nutrients and contain three times the amount of protein as beef. There are so many benefits that falls under eating these mouthwatering worms when well prepared. One lady recently shared a meal she had prepared for herself on social media and on her post she mentioned that:
"As i am typing this i ate so much and it was absolutely delicious, especially after so long." her meal definitely caught a lot of people's attention hence some were left impressed while most people who saw it were left very unimpressed. What do you think of this lady's mouthwatering meal? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below, like and don't forget to hit the share button.
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