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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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Edible Insects Recipe: Citrus Hopper Brownies with Candied Chapulines 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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Bugs for Beginners Entomophagy Cookbook is Now on Kickstarter None
Support if you want a physical copy for your bookshelf—or kitchen!

Bugs for Beginners is on Kickstarter, from now until January 13th. If you've ever loved your ebook copy...

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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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