NEW INSECT SPECIES INFESTS LOUISIANA OKRA FIELDS

A new species of insect is causing very little damage to this seasons crop of okra.

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Shown here is a photo of the new species.
Green Okra Clusterbug"
(galbinus cemexis okrus)

The new insect has been sighted throughout the South, with the densest population residing in fields adjacent to Bayou Pompideaux.

Louisiana okra is known locally for it's fine texture and the perfect ingredient for dat good enuf garontee
Cajun Gumbo,
There was, at first, concern about the culinary effect it might have on the taste buds.

Gaston Thibedeaux, Executive Chef, at Mama Mouton's Snack Bar and Exxon Gas Station, made this comment.
"Dem petit babette ce tres bon, when steamed wit de "mud bugs", or serv wit de boudin. Dey tast lak chikin, you know.and dere petit rouge tongs taste lak cayenne pepper.

Aaaa Eeeeeeeee!     Laissez les bon temps rouler






Photo showing infestation
                          

                                            
            
                        
It has been determined The OKRA CLUSTERBUG is not detrimental to your health
Dr.Paul Ding , stated scientific studies have proven the nutritional value, supplements the daily protein recommended by the AMA.
Some consumers were concerned about the CLUSTERBUGS little red tongues..

Ms. Mary L. Lamberson, World Renowned Dietician (and part time sheep farmer), suggests adding one/half cup of Pimento Peppers to stewed okra to disguise
THE DISGUSTING LITTLE BOOGERS.

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