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Entomophagy Recipes: Leftover Mashed Potato Muffins None

In the rare event that your guests don't gobble all the Mashed Potatoes with Cricket Gravy or Irish Colcannon immediately, this is something easy you can do to make the leftovers disappear fast.

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Edible Insect Recipes: Green Posole with Waxworms None

I guess I'm something of a texture fanatic, because posole has always been one of my favorite dishes. A good bowl of posole combines thick, soft, pork, with dense hominy, and the crisp, raw onions that go on last, as a garnish. I've now topped ...

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Entomophagy Recipes: Vanilla Walnut Cricket Powder Bugscotti None

This is a true story. Before visiting my family this year, I told them that while at their house I'd be cooking insect recipes to test and photograph for the cookbook I was writing. My first night, I couldn't wait—I thought some vanilla cricket...

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Edible Insect Recipes: Cricket Protein Powder Crepe None

Crepes are the ultimate kitchen hack, because they feel so fancy you can impress your guests with them, but they are actually incredibly easy to make. They can be stuffed with pretty much anything, but the vanilla flavoring in the vanilla crick...

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Edible Insect Recipes: Chorizo Cricket Powder Scrambled Eggs None

Scrambled eggs are like your most easy-going friend. You can do pretty much anything with them, and know it's going to be a great time. I like to make mine Mexican-style, tossing in some chorizo, onions, and peppers. If my priority were health ...

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Entomophagy Recipes: Chocolate Mealworm Clusters None

People will have to look at these closely to realize they are not traditional chocolate turtles or pecan cluster, but actually mealworm clusters! This recipe was inspired by Schoko-Wurmhäufchen by Snack Insects, out of Germany.

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Edible Insect Recipes: Chocolate Chirp Cookies None

Chirps is on a mission to get people excited about eating bugs and build a sustainable food system around insect protein. When they first started Chirps, many people told them to hide the fact that their foods have insects in them, and to just ...

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