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Entomophagy Recipes: Sesame Lime Grasshoppers None

Lime-sprinkled grasshoppers (or chapulines) are a common snack in Oaxaca, Mexico. All the way across the other side of the world, The Bug Lady has given the classic snack a fusion flavor, adding sesame to the classic recipe. These are on...

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Entomophagy Recipes: Turkey Meatballs None

Instead of breadcrumbs, this recipe relies on the 100% pure cricket powder to get that signature meatball texture. Enjoy with pasta or atop a crisp arugula salad. These meatballs are also delicious when stewed in sauce, so get creative!

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Edible Insects Recipe: Shortbread Pastry Crust None

This delicious crust can be stuffed with jam or cream, whatever is your favorite pastry filling. We recommend using it to make Mini Mealworm and Pecan Pies

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Edible Insect Recipes: Pineapple Crick Sticks None

Chef PV is a culinary thought leader, transforming what we eat and what we think about what we eat. His is a platform of sustainability, Entomophagy and social and political awareness. As a Full-Spectrum Chef, and progressive voice in the food ...

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Edible Insects Recipe: Michelada None

I love Micheladas, and not just because I'm practically named after them! That beer tastes great with a crisp citrus addition has been figured out in almost every country—in Spain it's called a clara, in much of Europe it's called ...

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Edible Insect Recipes: Fruit with Sweet Insect Salt None

Tart fruits dipped in a mixture chili powder, salt, citrus, and often (but not always) sugar, is a common snack in Mexico as well as much of Southeast Asia. I recently had the good fortune of visiting an ant farm with French documentarians Les ...

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Edible Insects Recipe: Quesadilla con Chapulines None

Quesadillas are just about the easiest thing to make delicious. Warm, melted cheese, a corn tortilla, and all the fixings you can find, are all you need. This recipe includes chapulines (grasshoppers) from Merci Mercado—try their adobo or...

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