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"I got two questions. What's the daily bag limit on drones? Does Art have a yummy recipe?" - Bighairymike

Actually the Japanese eat drones. As in honeybee drone brood. Some people raise them commercially for that very purpose.

I used to eat my young pigeons when I got too many of them. Young pigeons are delicious.

Value-added products from beekeeping. Chapter 8.
"In China and Japan, drone larvae are canned for export or, after being covered in chocolate, become a sweet treat. Bee brood is regularly sold alongside honey ."

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