Insect wise, what are the tastiest? And do you catch/raise your own or buy from online? Would appreciate info! I am curious to start eating them
Have any of you ever tried earthworms? Are the ones you find in your garden safe? I heard that it's best to have them living in applesauce (organic, no sugar added applesauce I presume would be best) for 24 hours before you eat them so they clear... (more)
One food I've never tried before is insects. It seems like in the rest of the world, they are delicacies. I'm just wondering, are there any good places to buy prepared insects around Seattle, or any websites anyone can recommend?
You can go to your local bait shop for crickets, but they are a little bit more difficult to prepare for the newbie entomophage. Mealworms are available from pet stores and Wild Birds Unlimited, and are much easier to handle and keep alive. When... (more)
The bugs in the backyard have gotten pretty bad and are eating Thor(my weimeraner/choclab) and I apart. Garlic intake isn't helping. What can I do because I hate the idea of chemical pesticides...and these bugs are too small to catch and... (more)
I was told the other day that redheads do not generally get bitten by mosquitos or flies of any kind - and being the positive and proud paleo that I am, immediately thought, "Hmmmm, cavemen didn't get bitten either" (having been sure I read... (more)
So just saw this article about growing bugs at home: http://shopping.yahoo.com/news/farm-432---insect-breeding-on-your-kitchen-counter-214732341.html Seems pretty darn cool to me, similar to the guy using crickets for protein bars. Do you see... (more)
Be honest....how many of you have tried this, thought about trying it, or would be willing to try it?! With rising food costs and looming food shortages, would this be a viable choice for a modern-day Hunter/Gatherer?! ... (more)
Only if they are grassfed.
""The latest weapon in the U.N.'s fight against hunger, global warming and pollution might be flying by you right now. Edible insects are being promoted as a low-fat, high-protein food for people, pets and livestock. According to the U.N.,... (more)
I just stumbled upon this article and read some other sources. I know that insects in the paleo diet are discussed here and I'd like to give it a try. Yet, I've read about the insects can be fed with trash and garbage among other stuff and it... (more)
Go to the pet store and breed your own crickets. Can also get a lizard and compete with him to eat them.
Any Entomophagists? Supposedly very good source of protein, decent source of fat and low carb. I'd personally be more concerned with taste and texture but given the right nutritional metabolic advantage, I'd be willing to try it anyone know the... (more)
I want to try eating some insects. The closest thing I've had was escargot in a can about 2yrs ago. I want to actually find some good insects that are typically made in say Bangkok. Cook them to my dietary needs. But I was wondering if anyone... (more)
who is cooking with edible insects? who would like to share tips & sources? i'm in sf/bay area & it's kinda more acceptable here but still super fringey. i'd like to be able to have them as a reliable source food, in the way i rely on... (more)
What is the weirdest animal/insect/reptile/paleo food you have ever tasted? Did you eat it under survival conditions/in a restaurant/prepared it yourself? Would you eat it again or recommend it to others? Do you sometimes lament that the range... (more)
In late summer I gather grasshoppers (out in the woods, away from pesticides, fertilizers etc), freeze them and make curry hopper! It's sorta gross, and I mostly do it to gross out my friends.
I have concieved of includiing the followiing food sources in the diet: insects(amongst which worms and nightcrawlers, meal worms), rats and guinea pigs. Any criticisms(constructive of course) or recommendations for weird, easily... (more)