Eat More insects

Yummy insects

How to eat insects?  The Austin’s 10th Annual BugFest on June 10th, 2017 will demonstrate how to cook and eat insects.  Eating insects is not a new idea but promoting it as a solution of the world hunger is provocative.

According to the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization there are more than 1,900 edible insect species on Earth, hundreds of which are already part of the diet in many countries.

Many insects are packed with proteins, good fats, fibers and essential mineral.  So far, no one has report to be allergic to any cooked insects.  Next time when you see cockroaches in your kitchen and you hate them so much that you want to cook them.  Check out the recipes to cook cockroaches.  You probably can’t tolerate ants invading to your house and attacking on your honey and sweets.  To revenge, you can catch ants and roast them with salt, in lieu of calling pest control companies.

If you can not make the BugFest on June 10th, check out the video for cooking insects at home.  Eat more insects!

 

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4 Responses to Eat More insects

  1. Not weird really, even myself I eat swarming termites in Kenya as our best insect favorite food source

  2. Real practice to different regions worldwide. Many edible insects are great alternatives to conventional sources of meat as they’re cheap, plentiful and excellent sources of protein and fat, as well as vitamins and minerals. In many countries, eating insects doesn’t raise eyebrows. How palatable they appear to a person is largely determined by culture. Analyses of insects also show huge variation in nutritional value and composition – between species, their stages of development and even due to the insects’ diet. With around 2000 insects species worldwide, the cultural ones eaten are locusts, termites, palm grubs, mopane worms, meal worms and others from different regions.

  3. admin says:

    Hi, Mike,
    It may be weird about eating bugs. It is what Austin about–being weird and futuristic.

  4. Oh man! I got into this business to kill the bugs. It’s beyond impressive that people can stomach them.

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