Tag: entomophagy

Bread Recipe FOUND!

Thanks to the ever-wonderful Doug at Gossamer Tapestry, I found the recipe!! Once again, online friends have saved my @ss.  :D Ingredients 2 1/2 cups flour 1/2 cup honey 3 1/2 tsp baking powder 1 […]


Around this time of year, I like to remind people about food, and privilege, and not taking things for granted. And right on time…. I stumbled across this fascinating student blog! It’s a “personal sustainability […]


Insects have 4 legs (in the Bible)

The Bible and Quran agree: early writers just weren’t good at counting legs.

Caught in the Bug Net: 2.22.08

International Insect eating! Chiang Mai, Thailand – With over 1 400 insect species eaten by humans worldwide, the insect world offers promising possibilities both commercially and nutritionally, FAO said today. A workshop organized by FAO […]

Yet MORE bug food!

Yet another new article about food that includes insects! “Escamoles: Escamoles are the eggs of the giant black Liometopum ant, which makes its home in the root systems of maguey and agave plants. “ You […]

More insect food!

Wired had a feature this week on the “Most Curious Canned Goods Online” and one definitely is on my list: Canned pupae. “Silkworm Pupae Literally meaning pupa or chrysalis, beondegi are popular Korean street snacks, […]

Moths: not just for breakfast

A chef in Australia is promoting bogong moths as a tasty, hazelnut-flavored treat: “‘They have a lovely popcorn flavour, like hazelnut,’ he said. Mr. Bruneteau, who has run “bush tucker” restaurants in Sydney and Paris, […]