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The Best Edible Insect Cookbooks None
From a beginner in bugs, to an entomophagy expert, we'll getcha eating good

The Western world is finally awakening to what most of the world already knows: edible insects are delicious and nutritious! Ever since the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations released its report in 2013, US Americans and Eu...

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Edible Insects Recipe: Mashed Potatoes with Cricket Gravy None

For US Americans, a heaping steaming serving of mashed potatoes and gravy is an essential comfort food, especially around the chilly holiday season. I used to think that making good gravy was a time-consuming process, the last task at the end o...

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Edible Insect Recipe: How to Make Mealworm Spring Rolls None

I love spring rolls as an introduction to entomophagy because, quite frankly, everyone loves spring rolls. The transparent rice paper adds an elegant and dreamy presentation to whatever you put inside the roll; pretty much everything looks bea...

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Edible Insects Recipe: Cricket Powder Tempura Vegetables With Sweet And Sour Sauce None

Crické markets tasty, healthy and eco-friendly insect-based food products for a well balanced and more sustainable diet. Crické combines traditional Mediterranean recipes with the cricket powder – a great low-impact source of protein, vi...

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Cricket Powder Recipe: Hummus Pinwheel None

As wholesomely satisfying as it is, hummus isn’t much more than chickpea puree. For this reason, hummus makes a solid foundation to support the addition of a wide range of ingredients for some real culinary risk-taking, even if you’re not an ex...

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Edible Insects Recipe: Crunchy Waxworm Ramen None
Savory wax moth larvae add a pork-like flavor

Waxmoth larvae (also known as waxworms) are super crunchy when you bake them, and therefor work well as a topping for ramen. The taste is a bit like pork rinds, and when you bake them, and the best part is: the whole kitchen smells like bacon! ...

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Insect Cocktail Recipe: Squirmy Sunrise None
Shocking citrus garnish on a classic citrus drink

The Tequila Sunrise is purported to have been invented in 1930's Arizona, but it was the 1970's and the Rolling Stones that made it famous. The British band took a liking to the sweet, fruity, drink at a private party in California and subseque...

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