My family and I are amazed at the broccoli and cauliflower that grew in their garden this year--Decidedly non-buggy! Both are normally crawling with all kinds of little worms, and I usually can't get enough of the bugs out to feel comfy eating it.
I keep my grains in the fridge after freezing them for a few days when I first get them home to kill larvae.
The corn that grew in my family's garden this year was relatively bug-free, but the Peaches'n'cream variety attracted these large green caterpillars in the top of the ear by the tassle. The Silver Queen were smaller ears but no caterpillars. My youngest sisters thought it was really gross, but my closest-in-age sister and I just shook the caterpillars off in to the grass when we were husking and kept going.
Q: How many poets does it take to change a light bulb? A: 1001...one to change the bulb, 1000 to say it's already been done.