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  There are many bugs that you can eat to stay alive. In Western culture most people do not eat bugs. Many other parts of the world eat bugs as part of their normal diet. Thus indigenous societies have always eaten bugs. People in the arm forces have taken many classes on how to survive eating off the land and report most bugs are good for your health. And there is arguably no more intimate way of getting use to nature than by handling it with bare hands and even and learning to eat bugs and insects. Most insects you are able to eat. You need to understand this when you are lost and have nothing to eat.

  You can eat most insects raw. The taste varies from one species to another. Insects such as beetles and grasshoppers that have a hard outer shell will have parasites. Make sure to boil them or cook before you try and eat them. There are different types of ants that store honey in their bodies, giving them a sweet taste. Try mashing them up into a collection of insects into a paste. You can mix them with edible vegetation.

  Try cooking the ants to improve their taste. You can eat worms put then in water before eating this makes them a little better just swallow them whole. Snakes and reptiles are good also just need to cook them before you eat them. If you come across a turtle you should not try and eat them. Look for dandelions they are nature's richest green vegetable source of beta carotene, from which Vitamin A is created, and the third richest source of Vitamin A of all foods, after cod liver oil and beef liver. You can make a soup with the insects and dandelions.

  You need to find rotting logs lying on the ground these excellent places to look for a variety of insects including ants, termites, beetles, and grubs, which are beetle larvae. Do not overlook insect nests on or in the ground. grassy areas, like  fields, they are good areas to search because the insects are easily seen. Look under stones, boards, or other materials lying on the ground provide the insects with good nesting sites and for worms. Remember you need to eat and drink if you are lost in the wilds.

  Eating protein rich bugs is good for you Crickets are loaded with calcium, and termites are rich in iron, and good for the earth Raising cows, pigs, and sheep is a tremendous waste of the planet's resources, but bug ranching is pretty benign. After all, what's inherently more disgusting about eating a grasshopper than, say, an oyster? Gordon enthusiastically provides recipes for terrestrial arthropods gleaned from the entomophagic appetites of people around the world, telling you which insects are most delicious and which to avoid, how to cook them, and which wine to drink with your many-legged meal. The recipes themselves are clear, easy to follow, and quite educational, with sidebar tidbits about the bugs you're about to eat.

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