I opened a can of boysenberry jam and found an earwig in the top 1/8 inch.Hey, maybe the honey will sweeten the wine.
Apparently, earwigs are commonly found in boysenberry jam as they hide in the fruit.
I lost my appetite for boysenberry jam for about a month.
Oh, people who are allergic to honeybees might react to wine as honeybees are often crushed along with the grapes.
I've eaten snails before. Who knows what dung heaps they may have crawled over? Oh, that's right, they were sea snails. Then again, I imagine fish dung will eventually make its way to the bottom of the sea.
No doubt, the honeybee's honey will sweeten the pot of wine.
Sea slugs are also very interesting. Asians like to eat the animals that creep on the bottom of our oceans and seas: Sea urchins, sea slugs, and sea snail. I took an upper division class in marine invertebrates. It was a fascinating class. The professor kept a pet octopus in his large invertebrate classroom tank. The critter was an escape artist. Our professor fattened it as almost all of the invertebrates placed in that tank were fair game for the octopus, and then the professor cooked and ate it at the end of the class. PETA would be so happy (No!).
Clams are also bottom feeders and so are shrimp, lobster, and crabs.