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    I tried the recipe. The rice was good, but the pitchers were tasteless and a bit fibrous. Maybe I wasn't using the right variety of Nepenthes. Anyway, it was something I had to do at least once.

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    I wouldn't eat anything that had rotting insects in it at one time...

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    Hi all:

    I love hard boiled eggs, but then i wonder where these come from?

    Gus

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    sounds good

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    I wouldnt kill a wonderful nep to eat! I think I saw an N viking there too.

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    I've stuffed neps with a variety of things. I was planning on running them as a special at my restaurant but I also found they are a bit too fibrous for my taste.
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    I decided to Americanize the recipe, so used S. alabamensis, jonesii & oreophila pitchers which I wild-collected for that extra zing. They were OK. Next time I'll try them with a scrambled spotted owl egg on the side.
    Bruce in CT

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