Eat-a-bug Cookbook (英語) 図書館 – 2008/4/18
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A worthy adventure!
2013年11月24日 - (Amazon.com)
Great information on collecting and using insects in food, plus the recipes work. I got it to use with my bug-loving grandson who was willing to give eating them a try. We made chocolate covered crickets as well as the stir-fried crickets. We made the meal-worm spaghetti too. They all turned out good. The chocolate covered crickets were much better than store bought. The stir fried crickets were reminiscent of shrimp. The mealworms were my least favorite but they worked well in the pasta b/c they have a cheesy kind of smell. The book also has resources for buying insects for cooking.
Not really a bug cookbook, but a cookbook where you sprinkle bugs in.
2018年12月8日 - (Amazon.com)
I thought this would be more of a cookbook with a focus on the bugs, they seem more an afterthought in the recipes. It is an interesting read but I can make a recipe and sprinkle insects into anything. I was looking more for a way to cook the bugs plain (like crunchy pumpkin seeds) or grind up meal worms to make a flour or past to then make things.
Mari J Hahn, Author of Gut Guide 101: Three Weeks to Better Digestion and Increased Energy
Perfect gag gift
2015年7月5日 - (Amazon.com)
This book will be a great conversation starter and when we paired it with a bag of cricket flour as a birthday gift, it got a lot of attention! Drama is the main focus here, with professional quality photos of Deep Fried Tarantula Spider and White Chocolate and Waxworm Cookies, just to name a few. It seems that it may be difficult to source these ingredients, at least here in the U.S., although they do have a list of resources in the back and my husband found one company located near us and is planning a field trip. Now, if only he can find people interested in coming over for dinner......
2014年7月31日 - (Amazon.com)
Great information, but seriously, very picture-poor. There are thousands of different species of grasshoppers, ants, cockroaches, etc. It would be nice if the author would at least put a little identification diagram in or something for each recipe, or a little more information about the specific bugs used in each recipe. Plus, in entomophagy more than in regular cooking, photos are an important convincer!
John D. Gonzales-lusk
I believe a bit more space could have been utilized on catching and preparing catch-them-yourself insects but overall a good sta
2015年10月15日 - (Amazon.com)
OH, yes! Eat a bug. I believe a bit more space could have been utilized on catching and preparing catch-them-yourself insects but overall a good start.