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Angie's kids order kangaroo pizza

2013-09-13 21:00
 
Pitt-Jolie Family

Los Angeles - Angelina Jolie made her children eat kangaroo and witchetty grubs in Australia.

The 38-year-old actress insists her kids try local cuisine when they're abroad and made sure her brood had the chance to taste traditional Australian foods while they were Down Under.

A source told The Sun newspaper: "Whenever they are in new countries the kids have a rule about trying local food.

"The tour guide took them to a specialist Aussie restaurant and they had a mix of kangaroo and emu on a pizza."

The kids even tried witchetty grubs - an Aussie term for white moth larvae, a staple food of Aboriginal women and children - which can be eaten alive, raw or lightly cooked.

When cooked, the grubs which are a high protein meat, can turn light yellow like a fried egg.

The source added: "The witchetty grubs taste like scrambled egg apparently."

Angelina is currently in Sydney while she shoots new film Unbroken.

Angelina and her fiancé Brad Pitt raise six children, Maddox, 12, Pax, nine, Shiloh, seven, Zahara, eight, and five-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne, together.

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