Bugs for Beginners is now an eBook!
86 recipes for only $10!

June 24, 2018
May 5, 2019

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Bugs for Beginners is now an eBook, available on Amazon for $14 (mobi format), or Gumroad for $10 (epub)

Of course I'm biased, but I think it's an excellent book. I wrote the book I wanted to read, and I love love love cookbooks, so it was created with a lot of care and attention.

Bugs for Beginners includes:

  • 86 recipes
  • more than 100 color pictures
  • from more than 20 contributors

Ingredient Breakdown:

  • Cricket Powder: 32
  • Mealworms: 16
  • Insect Salt: 11
  • Crickets: 9
  • Grasshoppers: 8
  • Cricket Protein Powder: 8
  • Waxworms: 6
  • Cricket Pasta: 3
  • Buffalo Worms: 2
  • Silkworms: 1
  • Mealworm Pasta: 1
  • Cricket Crackers: 1
  • Bamboo Caterpillars: 1
  • Ants: 1
  • Ant Caviar: 1

Bugs for Beginners is the largest, most comprehensive, most inclusive, entomophagy cookbook to date.

UPDATE: Holy cow cricket, Bugs for Beginners was soft-launched with word-of-mouth 3 day free download period, and it was downloaded on Amazon over 300 times! That's amazing! Thank you all so much, and I hope you enjoyed your free cookbook! Tell your friends, now that it's a non-free download period, so I can afford to print a physical book, or write sequels! the Bugs for Beginners insect cookbook is now available on Amazon for $14 (mobi format), or Gumroad for $10 (epub)

UPDATE AGAIN: And now, because it was downloaded so many times, Bugs for Beginners was listed as the Number 1 New Release in Cooking, Food, and Wine Reference! That's amazing! Thank you everyone who downloaded, and especially thank you to everyone who wrote such fabulous reviews!

Screenshot of Number 1 New Release on Amazon

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Meet Mic

I'm Mic. I love reading about, writing about, thinking about, photographing, and especially eating, food. Especially bug food. Enough talk, let's eat!

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