Mopane worms are originally a dish common among the Bemba tribe of the Northern Province of Zambia. Locally known as ifishimu/ifinkubala(Bemba), or Vinkubala (Chinyanja). Mopane worms are harvested twice a year. Usually one main harvest, during the early months of the rainy season November to January. After harvesting, the caterpillars are squeezed to remove the gut contents parboiled and then dried.
Imported from Zambia, Africa