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May 01, 2004

Welcome to Yahoo Picks Readers today. Please visit all 120 categories of "Grow-a-Brain"

Bug_food ”Grow-a-Brain” is comprised of over 120 unusual subjects, but somehow, our collection of Entomophagy (Insect Eating) had been the most popular of them all. So we are going to turn it into a large “Resource Directory”, which means that some of the links in it may not stand alone on their own as the ones in the other subjects. If you are not interested in bug-food, please scroll down to the next posting.

It's hard to describe the mix of revulsion and wonder you feel eating your first Bug snacks, but it’s all part of a shared mother/daughter experience

"It's Hard to Eat Just One" - A brief and crunchy defense of entomophagy (From 1997)

Here's a surprise for you - “Queasy Bake”, A Hasbro toy product, ages 8 plus

Snacking on Deep Fried Bugs in Thailand

A Mealworm Spaghetti by Peter Menzel

From the "Manataka American Indian Council": There are 1,462 recorded species of edible insects. Also, Eating Flowers

From Western Precedents of Entomophagy: “Never was a more direct instruction given in favor of the inclusion of insects in our diets...”

Cicada: The Other, Other White Meat ( A “Washington Post” Article)

Insect_eating_1 Afraid of Eating Beef?

Bugs as Food: Humans Bite Back

Very cool bugs

“Numerous forecasts of futurologists predic, that in 15 - 20 years, mass famine because of a global exhaustion of ground, increases of a population and the subsequent lack of food stuffs. In Ethiopia and Sudan people already today in thousand die for famine. Is it possible to rescue mankind?

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=X I honestly don't think i'd have the willpower to eat bugs as a snack. Great for those who can though!

Posted by: Acai Berry at Jan 30, 2009 1:52:33 PM