Man Eating Bugs

Man Eating Bugs

The Art and Science of Eating Insects

Book - 1998
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Colorful illustrations of insects that are eaten around the world. Includes recipes.
Publisher: Berkeley, Calif. : Ten Speed Press, c1998
ISBN: 9781580080514
1580080510
9781580080224
1580080227
Branch Call Number: Ju 394.1 Men
Additional Contributors: D'Aluisio, Faith 1957-

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MadameMoonfly
Sep 11, 2013

This is more of a travelogue about places in the world where the authors had reluctantly--the wife, that is; hubby was enthusiastic--practiced entomophagy. The photographs are beautiful, the stories are well-written, there are a few interesting recipes; that aside, I would hardly describe this a book about "the art and science of eating insects." Dr. Julieta Ramos-Elorduy's _Creepy Crawly Cuisine_ is a much better book if you're looking for the art and science of bug feasting. And the recipes there are terrific!

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