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The Curious Cat

I'm sure woodlouse is lovely but it is a hard psychological barrier to cross for many...you're brave and rewarded for it...I'm still not quite up to the mark on that one...and i think I'm pretty adventurous eating wise...

Mike

I would suggest buying one of those tiny battery-powered vacuum cleaners to help pick up your insects of choice without harming them.

Before cooking, allow them to purge their systems of droppings, by keeping them in a breathable container, without food, for several hours or a day.

Farming and harvesting insects is an age-old art. I've seen photos and designs for some pretty sophisticated snail farms, using special pits or jars to keep them contained.

Diane

I usually try most recipees I find on the tinter - but not yours!! The salad looks nice though and I'm a big fan of wild garlic.

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Hmm i don't know but i think it's the thought of "eating insects" is kinda disturbing..

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renaissance costume said: "Hmm i don't know but i think it's the thought of "eating insects" is kinda disturbing.."

But woodlice aren't an insect, they're a crustacean. They breathe through gills!

As a person that doesn't care for shellfish, I think I wouldn't care for woodlice either. But for those that do, I have to ask: If lobster, crab, woodlice (or whatever) are so good, then why do they have to be dipped into liquefied butter before you eat them?

C'mon, this recipe calls for twice the amount of butter as woodlice. Why not just have a big steaming bowl of woodlice without all the butter? Surely it would have to be healthier, right?

Hannah

Ha! I have had this book on my shelf for a few years now, and have wondered about the woodlice on toast, never being brave enough to turn wonder into dinner. Thank you for doing it for me and saving me the experience...I am in awe.

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I personally and I would eat a bug because I see very unpleasant because you do not know where he went and stuff! if they give the same protein that animals usually eat, because if there would be no other choice I would do, but not because they look rich!

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Wooohhhw!! This is an interesting article..
A recipe made of Insects!! Some ingredients are made of Insects!! hmmm i wonder how does it taste...

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Where I live, I would be more afraid of environmental toxins ingested by the woodlice than I would of eating the woodlice themselves. I would be happy to try the recipe, but only sharing with someone that ate them regularly.

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It is a sustainable way that human and that only the larger ones can be started, leaving the lower scales to reach the edible stage of your life!

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haha here is a little song i just had pop in my head:
take me away hehe hoho to the funny farm where things are GAY
(not the bad way it means happy, not... id rather not say)

walrusk

If I can get up the courage I might just try this. I've always found those little woodlice cute in a bizarre kind of way.

By the way that whole eating spiders in your sleep thing is a crock of shit.

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