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Have you tried Edible Insects?

By Scarlet . Created on 03 Sep, 2019
Whether it be energy bars made from ground crickets or gourmet worms at high-end restaurants, demand for edible insects is on the rise in Australia, according to people in the industry. Entomologist Dr Bryan Lessard said Australia had the potential to become a major player in a lucrative international market. He said insects were efficient to farm, packed with protein and good for the planet. "The United Nations estimates the global edible insect market will be worth $8 billion in 10 years' time and there's a real opportunity for Australia," he said. "[Insects] have small environmental footprint — they can be grown in factories, requiring less lands and less water than conventional protein." CSIRO nutrition scientist Jane Bowen said insects were nutrient-dense, suitable for feeding malnourished populations and could be a really valuable form of food to feed the world. (Excerpt from ABC News 30/8/19 by Lily Nothling)
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Belinda said on Oct 23, 2019
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Sean said on Sep 8, 2019
Does tequila worms count lol
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Paul said on Sep 5, 2019
Googling I found this https://ediblebugshop.com.au/collections

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I eat anything e.g. crumbed brains, haggis and the like but my sister...
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Sandra said on Sep 4, 2019
No way jose
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Carol said on Sep 4, 2019
NO WAY.
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ROBBO said on Sep 4, 2019
YUK!!!
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Sandra M said on Sep 4, 2019
I'd try - but only if they didn't look like insects. Ground up or something.
Hans Proebsting said on Sep 15, 2019
Some survival handbooks suggest squeezing out the juice, and frying that. Apparently once cooked, it is indistinguishable from scrambled eggs.
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Eric said on Sep 3, 2019
Yuk.