Covers entomophagy, which is the practice of eating insects as food. Sites here include recipes and tips.

Bay Area Bug Eating Society

Presents bug eating stories and pictures, lists bug recipes, and answers the common questions about bug eating.

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Bay Area Bug Eating Society

Presents bug eating stories and pictures, lists bug recipes, and answers the common questions about bug eating.

Cafe Insecta

Site of the gourmet insect chef Lou Kudon. Offers culinary demonstrations, classes, and events.

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Cafe Insecta

Site of the gourmet insect chef Lou Kudon. Offers culinary demonstrations, classes, and events.

Creepy Crawly Cooking

Lists insect cooking events and offers recipes including Japanese Hornet Honey Ice Cream with Cricket Candy, Ant Egg Soup and Red Thai Worm Curry.

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Creepy Crawly Cooking

Lists insect cooking events and offers recipes including Japanese Hornet Honey Ice Cream with Cricket Candy, Ant Egg Soup and Red Thai Worm Curry.

Iowa State University's Tasty Insect Recipes

Recipes offered here include Chocolate Chirpie Chip Cookies, Chocolate Covered Grasshoppers and Rootworm Beetle Dip.

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Iowa State University's Tasty Insect Recipes

Recipes offered here include Chocolate Chirpie Chip Cookies, Chocolate Covered Grasshoppers and Rootworm Beetle Dip.

Liverpool Museums: Bug House

Presents recipes for Scorpion Soup, Dragonfly Stew and Honeypot Ants, among others.

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Liverpool Museums: Bug House

Presents recipes for Scorpion Soup, Dragonfly Stew and Honeypot Ants, among others.

Locust Bisque

Snack recipe using locust shells and served with animal crackers and whipping cream.

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Locust Bisque

Snack recipe using locust shells and served with animal crackers and whipping cream.

Woodlice Recipes

Collection of recipes that have woodlice as main ingredients - fritters, sushi, scones, and fries.

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Woodlice Recipes

Collection of recipes that have woodlice as main ingredients - fritters, sushi, scones, and fries.

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