Doubtless, my parents never dreamed that I would leave their home, (where I was fed such American standards as hot dogs and mac’ and cheese) and start eating beetles and crickets. My personal barriers to eating insects were knocked down 20 years ago. Like most people who studied entomology in college, I ate insects as part of a rite of passage. It wasn’t some hellish hazing to get into an agricultural fraternity, it was dinner and it was delicious. (The garlic and butter beetle larvae were especially tasty.)
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