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" I have seen at Medina and Tayf locust shops, where these animals were sold by measure. In Egypt and Nubia they are only eaten by the poorest beggars." " The Arabs, in preparing locusts as an article of food, throw them alive into boiling water with which... "
History of Arabia, Ancient and Modern:: Containing a Description of the ... - Page 461
by Andrew Crichton - 1833 - 464 pages
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Notes on the Bedouins and Wahįbys: Collected During His Travels in ..., Volume 2

John Lewis Burckhardt - Bedouins - 1831
...are only eaten by the poorest beggars. The Arabs, in preparing locusts as an article of food, throw them alive into boiling water, with which a good deal...cleansed from the salt and perfectly dried ; after which process whole sacks are filled with them by the Bedouins. They are sometimes eaten broiled in butter...
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Biblical Repository and Classical Review

Religion - 1834
...are only eaten by the poorest beggars. The Arabs, in preparing locusts as an article of food, throw them alive into boiling water, with which a good deal...cleansed from the salt and perfectly dried ; after which process whole sacks are filled with them by the Bedouins. They are sometimes eaten broiled in butter;...
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The Biblical Repository, Volume 4, Issues 13-16

Theology - 1834
...are only eaten by the poorest beggars. The Arabs, in preparing locusts as an article of food, throw them alive into boiling water, with which a good deal...after a few minutes they are taken out, and dried in ihe sun ; the head, feet, and wings are then torn off, the bodies are cleansed from the salt and perfectly...
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A gazetteer of the Old and New Testaments: to which is added the natural ...

William Fleming - 1838
...are only eaten by the poorest beggars. The Arabs, in preparing locusts as an article of food, throw them alive into boiling water, with which a good deal...cleansed from the salt, and perfectly dried; after which process whole sacks are filled with them by the Bedouitis. They are sometimes eaten broiled in butter,...
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A Concise Dictionary of the Holy Bible: Designed for the Use of ..., Volume 20

James Covel (jr.) - Bible - 1843 - 536 pages
...are only eaten by the poorest beggars. The Arabs, in preparing locusts as an article of food, throw them alive into boiling water, with which a good deal...cleansed from the salt and perfectly dried ; after which process, whole sacks are filled with them by the Bedouins. They are sometimes eaten broiled in butter...
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The Bible cyclopędia: or, Illustrations of the civil and natural history of ...

William Goodhugh, William Cooke Taylor - 1843
...sacks with the mixture of a little salt. Another way is to throw them alive into boiling water, in which a good deal of salt has been mixed; after a...minutes they are taken out and dried in the sun; the heads, feet, and wings are then torn off, the bodies are cleansed from the salt and perfectly dried,...
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Manners and Customs Noticed in Various Passages of Holy Scripture ...

Bible - 1845 - 452 pages
...are only eaten by the poorest beggars. The Arabs, in preparing locusts as an article of food, throw them alive into boiling water, with which a good deal...cleansed from the salt, and perfectly dried ; after which process whole sacks are filled with them by the Bedouins. They are sometimes eaten broiled in butter...
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Discoveries in the Ruins of Nineveh and Babylon

Austen Henry Layard - Armenia - 1853 - 686 pages
...account of the mode of preparing them : — " The Arabs in preparing locusts as an article of food, throw them alive into boiling water, with which a good deal...then torn off; the bodies are cleansed from the salt tmd perfectly dried; after which process whole sacks are filled with them by the Bedouins. They are...
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The four little wise ones [a child's natural history of the ant, the rabbit ...

Four little wise ones - Ants - 1853 - 427 pages
...are only eaten by the poorest beggars. The Arabs, in preparing locusts as an article of food, throw them alive into boiling water with which a good deal...head, feet, and wings, are then torn off, the bodies cleansed from the salt and perfectly dried; after which process, whole sacks are filled with them by...
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A concise dictionary of the Holy Bible: designed for the use of Sunday ...

James Covel - Bible - 1853 - 536 pages
...preparing locusts as an article of food, throw them alive into boiling water, with which a good deal 01 salt has been mixed ; after a few minutes, they are...cleansed from the salt and perfectly dried ; after which. process, whole sacks are fill* ed with them by the Bedouins. They are sometimes eaten broiled in butter...
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