Jim Cobabe favored us with:
 None of these stories are clear
and unambiguous enough to be very conclusive, nor do I think it matters
what John the Baptist ate, but it is certainly an entertaining bit of
triva.
Don't we already know that John the Baptist ate locusts and honey? Locusts are definitely animal protein, not plants. --JWR

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