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Entomophagy Recipes: Udon Noodles None

Udon is a Japanese wheat noodle, typically used in savory dashi broth soups, but also as a main dish. The thick, springy, chewiness is what makes udon fun to eat, but what makes udon fun to make is that it's quite common, even for old Japanese ...

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Entomophagy Recipes: Tequila with Insect Salt Rim None

More frequently tequila shots are taken by licking the cleft of the hand where the thumb and index finger meet, then salting it, drinking the tequila, and sucking on a lemon or lime, to cut the tequila burn. I prefer to salt the rim of a glass,...

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Entomophagy Recipes: Sloppy Silkworms None

Silkworms are juicy and meaty, and just the right substitution for beef in this American sunny summer day classic.The sauce here has a strong flavor, and can always be fortified with more worcestershire, or even tabasco, sauce. If using canned ...

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Entomophagy Recipes: Sauterelles dans un Tapis None

This recipe—okay, so it's less of a recipe and more of a simple suggestion—is inspired in equal parts by summers in Europe, as it is by Bugs in a Rug, from David George Gordon's ...

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Entomophagy Recipes: New Mexican Green Chile Stew with Waxworms None
New Take on a Southwestern Classic

New Mexicans, such as myself, put green chile in everything. Sometimes it's a bit of a stretch that may be an acquired taste, like sweet hot green chile jelly or green chile wine, and sometimes it's a perfect combo everyone can love; this is th...

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Entomophagy Recipes: Russian Tea Cakes None

These Siberian snowballs are generally made for Christmas or Easter, but you can make them for any occasion you wish. They are easy to make and go well with tea or coffee. The tea cakes pictures were made with vanilla cricket protein powder pro...

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Entomophagy Recipes: Curried Pumpkin, Coconut, and Cricket Protein Powder Soup None

This soup is full of surprises. You probably associate pumpkin with pumpkin with something sweet, like pie, but in Thailand it's quite common to see it curried. Similarity, you might think protein powder is for smoothies and vanilla is for baki...

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