Entomophagy or eating 'mini-livestock'

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  1. ptosis profile image79
    ptosisposted 6 years ago

    Waiter! There's a bug in my soup!

    Well, that's what you ordered Sir,  a mini-livestock entomophalic delight of the day.
    http://sphotos.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn1/558463_381040851929147_244313562268544_1241197_706373591_n.jpg

    1. Cardisa profile image91
      Cardisaposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Yeeeew.....yuck!

      Are those live worms? How can someone eat them!?!?!?!?

  2. Healthy Pursuits profile image90
    Healthy Pursuitsposted 6 years ago

    Bugs are on our future plate, with a population that's supposed to reach 10 billion. We won't be able to give up all of the land that feeding our present livestock demands.

    I've tried grasshoppers (minus the scratchy legs) and small worms. Neither was disgusting, but I'm sure it's all in how they're prepared. The worms were baked and smoked, and were especially tasty, but then they were small and not very juicy to begin with. The grasshoppers were deep fried and not seasoned enough.

  3. ptosis profile image79
    ptosisposted 6 years ago

    Wow! I ate flowers before but not entire bugs ( so far)

  4. Patty Inglish, MS profile image92
    Patty Inglish, MSposted 6 years ago

    Ha ha! It's Klingon food!

    1. Cardisa profile image91
      Cardisaposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      lol lol Yeah, I have seen them in space! hehe

      The most exotic things I have eaten are chicken feet and cow skin. I have eaten eel as well.

      1. ptosis profile image79
        ptosisposted 6 years agoin reply to this

        eel is delicious - on sushi.

  5. WriteAngled profile image80
    WriteAngledposted 6 years ago

    Eeeew!

    My daughter and her boyfriend, both gourmands, paid an outrageous amount of money to go to a lunch in London produced by a famous foraging restaurant in Copenhagen, which descended on London during the Olympics hysteria.

    Amongst other delights, they were served ants, specially cultivated ants which taste of lemongrass apparently. The ants were served live, but chilled so they wouldn't move.

    Why not just use lemongrass?????

    Eeeew!

    1. Cardisa profile image91
      Cardisaposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I suppose they were fire ants. They tend to have a high lemony-urine odor when squished. I could never eat fire ants.

  6. Denise Handlon profile image88
    Denise Handlonposted 5 years ago

    I am so NOT into this...I can't stand watching that travel chef guy that goes around finding bugs all over the place and eats them and then tries to entice normal people to enjoy them the way he does!

    1. ptosis profile image79
      ptosisposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      You like lobster right? DYK that back in the colonial days that lobster was considered 'junk' and fed to the pigs as slop?

      http://spectator.org/archives/2007/11/2 … s-had-been

  7. Greek One profile image76
    Greek Oneposted 5 years ago

    WAITER!!!

    WTF!?!?!

    THERE IS A HAIR IN MY COCKROACH SOUP!!!

    1. ptosis profile image79
      ptosisposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      is that a cranium hair or a pubic one?
      http://www.themortonreport.com/braised.jpg

      Yummyhttp://rookery.s3.amazonaws.com/952500/952827_a832_625x1000.jpg

 
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