Dung beetles are like nature’s clean-up crew -- they feast on, well, dung. Of all kinds. So, naturally, you'll want to give them a thorough rinse before eating. Usually crisped in a wok, they’re said to be extra tasty when tossed with oil, basil, chiles and lemongrass.
Random fun fact: Dung beetles reduce greenhouse gas emissions; by drying out cow dung, dung beetles increase the availability of oxygen and reduce the amount of methane in cow pats.