Kai Mot Daeng refers to Thailand's red ant eggs which are considered by some people (especially the non-Thais) as weird food, but are considered a delicacy in Northern and Northeastern Thailand especially. Red Ant Eggs or Kai Mot Daeng are available in local markets, but many Thai people who are experienced in collecting them collect the ant eggs by themselves.

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