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They Hop, they Jump, they Fly

Locusts on the move

When I was still living in Perth (Western Australia), the newspaper reported a case of a horse race that was being abandoned and a cricket match that was cancelled for one and the same reason: … 579 more words


Announcing the First Edible Insect Trade Association

AUSTIN, TX (May 16, 2016) – Little Herds, an edible insect nonprofit, based in Austin, Texas, is proud to announce the formation and meeting of the U.S’s first edible insect trade organization, North American Edible Insects Coalition, NAEIC. 345 more words


You're an Olo to my Heart in Victoria's Chinatown

Olo Restaurant
509 Fisgard St.

Victoria, BC
(250) 590-8795

There are weeks where I go solo because James is broke, and OLO moves to the top of my hit list since a certain buddy prefers to eat on a budget and I’ve been moving towards the sky’s the limit. 751 more words


Cricket Mushroom Melt

I’ve been having a lot of fun with the cricket broth since i made my first batch and i think that it is going to become a regular in my freezer. 207 more words


La Taqueria Pinche vs La Taquisa

Victoria‘s La Taquisa is facing stiff competition with Vancouver‘s La Taqueria Pinche now on the island. The former operation has two seafood offerings (cod and shrimp), the latter has one (albacore tuna). 546 more words


Bug Appetite! Bugs on the Menu Victoria Debut and Where to Eat Them!

The Vic Theatre
808 Douglas Street.
Victoria, BC

May 15, 2016, 7pm

Bugs on the Menu is a very eye-opening documentary about entomophagy, the art of eating insects. 1,214 more words


How not to eat insects

In 1880s Hawaii, a “giant insect” was eaten to extinction. No photographs and specimens remain, but the beast was probably a katydid, so it might have looked something like this: 1,116 more words