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Edible Insects

Edible Insects

Future Prospects for Food and Feed Security

  • Author: Arnold van Huis,Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org
  • ISBN: 9789251075951
  • Category: Business & Economics
  • Page: 187
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Edible insects have always been a part of human diets, but in some societies there remains a degree of disdain and disgust for their consumption. Insects offer a significant opportunity to merge traditional knowledge and modern science to improve human food security worldwide. This publication describes the contribution of insects to food security and examines future prospects for raising insects at a commercial scale to improve food and feed production, diversify diets, and support livelihoods in both developing and developed countries. Edible insects are a promising alternative to the conventional production of meat, either for direct human consumption or for indirect use as feedstock. This publication will boost awareness of the many valuable roles that insects play in sustaining nature and human life, and it will stimulate debate on the expansion of the use of insects as food and feed.

Creepy Crawly Cuisine

Creepy Crawly Cuisine

The Gourmet Guide to Edible Insects

  • Author: Julieta Ramos-Elorduy,Peter Menzel
  • Publisher: Inner Traditions / Bear & Co
  • ISBN: 9780892817474
  • Category: Cooking
  • Page: 150
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An introduction to the world of edible insects, complete with recipes and color photographs. Includes an historical look at the use of edible insects in indigenous cultures. Provides information on where to obtain insects and how to store and prepare them. Includes over 60 gourmet recipes, complete with stunning color photographs. The most wholesome source of protein on earth cannot be found in any supermarket in the United States, but it can be found right in your backyard! Insects have been a staple food of almost every indigenous culture, not only because of their delicious flavor but also because they provide a more complete protein than soy, meat, or fish, and are concentrated sources of calcium, niacin, magnesium, potassium, the B-vitamins, and many other nutrients. As the world heads for food shortages in the next century insects can help meet humanity's growing nutritional needs. Creepy Crawly Cuisine tells you everything you need to know to make insects a part of your diet. It includes an overview of the use of edible insects by indigenous cultures, information on where to obtain insects and how to store and prepare them, and over 60 gourmet recipes, complete with stunning color photographs, that let you take the cooking of insects to dazzling culinary heights. As practical as it is unique, Creepy Crawly Cuisine is the ideal gift for followers of the Diet for a Small Planet, adventurous epicures, and cooks who think they have seen it all.

Edible Insects of the World

Edible Insects of the World

  • Author: Jun Mitsuhashi
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • ISBN: 1315350882
  • Category: Science
  • Page: 296
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The first book on entomophagy written in this manner, Edible Insects of the World is an enumeration of 2,141 species of edible insects. For the reader’s convenience, insect names are arranged much like a dictionary, first by taxonomic group and then by country. In addition to taxonomic and location information, entries contain applicable details about the history of entomophagy, collecting, cooking, and medicinal uses.

The Hidden World of Edible Insects: Comparing Fractions 6-Pack

The Hidden World of Edible Insects: Comparing Fractions 6-Pack

  • Author: N.A
  • Publisher: Teacher Created Materials
  • ISBN: 1425855768
  • Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
  • Page: N.A
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This high-interest title introduces readers to edible insects from around the world! From deep-fried silk worms to locust lollipops, students will not be able to put down this book that is filled with fun facts and information on the health benefits of eating insects, and how insects are grown for human consumption on bug farms. By integrating math and literacy skills, this 6-Pack of math readers makes learning fractions simple, relevant, and fun, and the real-world examples of problem solving allow students to explore the concepts in meaningful ways. The Lets Explore Math sidebars, the extensive Problem Solving section, and the clear mathematical charts and diagrams provide numerous opportunities for students to practice what they have learned. The DOK-leveled Math Talk section includes questions that facilitate mathematical discourse and activities that students can respond to at school or home. With intriguing full-color images, the book includes text features such as a glossary, index, captions, and a table of contents to increase understanding and build academic vocabulary. Sink your teeth into the world of edible insects and learn how to compare fractions with this engaging grade 4 math reader! This 6-Pack includes six copies of this title and a lesson plan.

Edible Insects in Sustainable Food Systems

Edible Insects in Sustainable Food Systems

  • Author: Afton Halloran,Roberto Flore,Paul Vantomme,Nanna Roos
  • Publisher: Springer
  • ISBN: 3319740113
  • Category: Technology & Engineering
  • Page: 479
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This text provides an important overview of the contributions of edible insects to ecological sustainability, livelihoods, nutrition and health, food culture and food systems around the world. While insect farming for both food and feed is rapidly increasing in popularity around the world, the role that wild insect species have played in the lives and societies of millions of people worldwide cannot be ignored. In order to represent this diversity, this work draws upon research conducted in a wide range of geographical locations and features a variety of different insect species. Edible insects in Sustainable Food Systems comprehensively covers the basic principles of entomology and population dynamics; edible insects and culture; nutrition and health; gastronomy; insects as animal feed; factors influencing preferences and acceptability of insects; environmental impacts and conservation; considerations for insect farming and policy and legislation. The book contains practical information for researchers, NGOs and international organizations, decision-makers, entrepreneurs and students.

Edible

Edible

An Adventure Into the World of Eating Insects and the Last Great Hope to Save the Planet

  • Author: Daniella Martin
  • Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
  • ISBN: 0544114353
  • Category: Cooking
  • Page: 250
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An anthropologist and certified entomophagist describes her international travels and studies to make a case for why insects may be the key to solving the world's food problems, explaining how bugs have been a long-time part of indigenous diets and can be efficiently rendered a sustainable food source. 20,000 first printing.

The Hidden World of Edible Insects: Comparing Fractions

The Hidden World of Edible Insects: Comparing Fractions

  • Author: Molly Suzanne Bibbo
  • Publisher: Teacher Created Materials
  • ISBN: 148075935X
  • Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
  • Page: 32
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This high-interest title introduces readers to edible insects from around the world! From deep-fried silk worms to locust lollipops, students will not be able to put down this book that is filled with fun facts and information on the health benefits of eating insects, and how insects are grown for human consumption on bug farms. By integrating math and literacy skills, this math reader makes learning fractions simple, relevant, and fun, and the real-world examples of problem solving allow students to explore the concepts in meaningful ways. The Let's Explore Math sidebars, the extensive Problem Solving section, and the clear mathematical charts and diagrams provide numerous opportunities for students to practice what they have learned. The DOK-leveled Math Talk section includes questions that facilitate mathematical discourse and activities that students can respond to at school or home. With intriguing full-color images, the book includes text features such as a glossary, index, captions, and a table of contents to increase understanding and build academic vocabulary. Sink your teeth into the world of edible insects and learn how to compare fractions with this engaging grade 4 math reader!

Why Not Eat Insects?

Why Not Eat Insects?

  • Author: Vincent M. Holt
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Cooking (Insects)
  • Page: 99
  • View: 9104
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Eating Insects. Eating Insects As Food. Edible Insects and Bugs, Insect Breeding, Most Popular Insects to Eat, Cooking Ideas, Restaurants and Where To

Eating Insects. Eating Insects As Food. Edible Insects and Bugs, Insect Breeding, Most Popular Insects to Eat, Cooking Ideas, Restaurants and Where To

  • Author: Elliott Lang
  • Publisher: Imb Publishing
  • ISBN: 9781909151628
  • Category: Cooking
  • Page: 124
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Everything you need to know about eating insects and more. Guaranteed to answer all your questions, this book is a must have for anybody passionate about eating or breeding insects. The author, Elliott Lang tried eating insects for the first time on holiday in Thailand and loved them. He couldn't find any good book about it and decided to write a book himself and so started to explore the world of eating insects. Edible insects and bugs, insect breeding, most popular insects to eat, cooking ideas, restaurants who serve insects and where to buy insects all covered. Including which insects are most popular to eat and tips on preparing insects for cooking The book is written in an easy to read and understandable style.

Käfer und andere Kerbtiere

Käfer und andere Kerbtiere

  • Author: Bernard Durin,Gerhard Scherer
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9783829606318
  • Category:
  • Page: 156
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Edible Insects in Lao PDR

Edible Insects in Lao PDR

Building on Tradition to Enhance Food Security

  • Author: Yupa Hanboonsong,Patrick B. Durst
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Edible insects
  • Page: 55
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Survival Guide to Edible Insects

Survival Guide to Edible Insects

  • Author: Fred Damara
  • Publisher: Paladin Press
  • ISBN: 9781610048705
  • Category: Cooking
  • Page: 60
  • View: 1946
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Earlier civilizations considered insects as a primary protein source, and even today more than two billion people all over the world are sitting down to a hearty repast of insect cuisine. But in Western civilizations, people have a well-developed aversion for any animal food that does not look like a chicken, cow, or salmon. "Bugs" in particular have been traditionally discounted as a food source because we have consistently confused the critter, which very seldom has any harmful effect as food, with the deadly microbes that may be carried by its distant cousin. There are some 1,462 recorded species of edible insects eaten by more than 3,000 ethnic groups. Survival Guide to Edible Insects catalogs only those that are easy to identify and have a long record of human consumption, including cicadas, worms, locusts, scarabs, and ants. In this unique guide, the author, Fred Demara—who instructed readers on what plants to nibble on in Eating on the Run —shares tips for identifying safe insects, locating their habitats, harvesting them in numbers, and preparing them properly to make them safe and tasty to eat while on the move. Find the idea of eating insects hard to swallow? Get over it. To sustain life, if you don't have the food you love, then you'd better learn to love the food you have. Insects aren't just a survival option, however. As the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization recently pointed out, it may be time to swap your burgers for bugs. They are packed with protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals, and yummy if cooked properly (Tex-Mex ant taco, anyone?). Plus, they are abundant everywhere and free for the taking, making them the perfect survival food.

Insects

Insects

An Edible Field Guide

  • Author: Stefan Gates
  • Publisher: Random House
  • ISBN: 1473550734
  • Category: Cooking
  • Page: 144
  • View: 6635
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Ever been tempted by the thought of trying juicy deep fried mealworms, proteinrich cricket flower, or swapping your Walkers for salt and vinegar flavoured grasshoppers? If so then you are not alone! Over 2 billion people regularly eat insects as part of their diet, and the world is home to around 1,900 edible insect species. For adventurous foodies and daring dieters comes the newest way to save the planet, eat more protein, and tickle taste buds. But this isn’t an insect cookbook. Instead it’s an informative field guide: exploring the origins of insect eating, offering tips on finding edible bugs and serving up a few delicious ideas of how to eat them once you’ve tracked them down! It includes a comprehensive list on edible insects and where to find them, how to prepare them, their versatile usage and nutritional value as well as a few recipes. A bug-eating checklist covering all known edible bugs so readers can mark off the ones they’ve eaten and seek out new delicacies concludes the book. This is a perfect introduction to the weird, wonderful, and adventurous side of entomophagy.

Let's Eat Bugs!

Let's Eat Bugs!

A Thought- Provoking Introduction to Edible Insects for Adventurous Teens and Adults (2nd Edition)

  • Author: M. K. Grassi
  • Publisher: CreateSpace
  • ISBN: 9781499152845
  • Category: Science
  • Page: 56
  • View: 660
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"This tasty little book provides an entertaining and concise introduction to the hot topic of entomophagy (the practice of eating insects, spiders and centipedes)" --

Edible Insects and Human Evolution

Edible Insects and Human Evolution

  • Author: Julie J. Lesnik
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9780813056999
  • Category: Science
  • Page: 208
  • View: 2749
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Edible Insects and Human Evolution investigates insects in the human diet from an evolutionary perspective. This book argues that insects were just as important as meat in the past and that today they offer a sustainable alternative to meat.