A lot of people will be making fun of this family, but can you imagine the anguish, the trauma, the sheer horror: "The suit said until the incident, green beans had been the Douglass family's favorite vegetable. Now, it said, 'they have lost the desire to ever eat green beans again.' " That ought to be worth at least a million bucks.
And I know what it's like to find foreign objects in my food. I sat down to a nice meal once and discovered someone had snuck some vegetables in it. I have lost the desire to ever eat grasshoppers again. (If you still have a taste for the dish, make sure they take the heads off; if you think it's disconcerting to have beady little fish eyes looking up at you, well . . .)
I hate to break it to the Douglasses (and to some of you), but we eat a lot more insect parts than we think we do, because food tends to grow in, you know, the outdoors.