How can we eat bugs in a rational ways which is not detrimental to our health.
Any other ideas?
...naturally?...sometimes they just fly right at ya....it's important not to smile while ya ride?
When I lived in Brazil as a kid we used to eat baked bugs. They were baked with a little bit of oil and some sort of bread-crumb type thing.
I vaguely remember my parents telling me it was just little pieces of chicken and I believed them.
My younger brother once scooped up a handful of small black ants and dumped them in my older brother's water bottle. It wasn't clear, so he had no idea and he chugged that whole thing down, ants and all.
I guess it all depends on how you are brought up... I never could stomach it but have seen plenty of bugs eaten on my travels..
Escargot is delicious (if you like mushrooms and I do and as long as you don't look at them). From what I understand America is the only country in the world that doesn't eat bugs as a meal.
Thank God and I hope that sane tradition continues. Who says Americans aren't smart?!
Nicole, I love escargot in garlic butter with French bread. But what has escargot got to do with mushrooms, last time I had them, they looked like snails to me. Also, I'm not sure escargot qualifies as a bug either. I always thought it was a mollusc.
The British don't eat bugs as a meal either, or at least not what I term as bugs. Yes some eat snails in restaurants etc, but we wouldn't really call them 'bugs'. A bug to us is an ant, beetle, spider etc.
Going back to the snails, (Escargot), the people I know who have tried them say if you took away the garlic butter they would be pretty tasteless and uninteresting. My answer, have the garlic butter on a good quality beef steak instead
Plenty of bugs are safe to eat raw. It's just protein with an exoskeleton--like little lobsters.
Bear Grylls seems to eat bugs in almost every show of Man vs Wild. Usually he eats them raw however he doesn't look like he enjoys them much
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