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• Interested in raising your own grub? Try mealworms, crickets, or termites, which are some of the easiest ‘microlivestock’ to grow. All you need is a tank or aquarium, some grain to provide food, and a few slices of fresh fruit for moisture and you’re in business. • The official term for insect-eating is “entomophagy.” • Deep-fried tarantulas, two for 20 cents, are consumed by Cambodian men who think it will boost their virility.

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• Most kinds of caterpillars are edible, but don’t eat the brightly colored ones which may contain toxins. According to the rule of thumb for insect eating in the “Eat-a-Bug Cookbook”: “Red, orange, or yellow / forgo this small fellow / Black, green, or brown / Go ahead and toss him down.” • In general, avoid eating any insects that have a strong odor. • If you’re allergic to shellfish, avoid eating insects because the two are closely related. • Scorpions are eaten just like shrimp. • Boil slugs in vinegar to remove mucus, then stir fry in butter and garlic.

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• Boil wasps and bees before eating to neutralize the poison in their stingers. • In Colombia they enjoy ant paste, which is spread on bread. • Canned ant eggs, available in Thailand, goes best when spread on toast.

We are looking for male and female participants to join our study to determine whether whole eggs in a Mediterranean diet will reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. Receive up to $858 dollars, or a 20 month individual or a 15 month family membership to Choice Health & Fitness at the end of the study. All food will be provided during the duration of the study.

Criteria for Participation:

You may qualify if you are between the ages of 20-75, overweight, sedentary, a non-smoker with no diabetes, high cholesterol or elevated triglycerides. You also cannot have an egg allergy, or be pregnant or breastfeeding.

• A cup of crickets has about 250 calories and only 6 grams of fat. We are done discussing insects now.

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Whole Egg Intake and the Mediterranean Diet

• Grasshoppers and crickets are edible at all of their life stages: larvae, pupa, and adult. Like lobsters, grasshoppers turn red when cooked.

GRAND FORKS HUMAN NUTRITION RESEARCH CENTER

Sign up today for this ongoing study on-line at ars.usda.gov/pa/gfhnrc Call 701-795-8396 or 1-800-562-4032 or scan the QR code with your smart-phone. * USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

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"Edible Insects" and "Credit Cards"

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"Edible Insects" and "Credit Cards"

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