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Topic: OT - Behmor drums and their use(s) (9 msgs / 168 lines)
1) From: Lynne
Good Lord - the OT police are going to tar & feather me... but all I can
think about with your last comment is Faulty Towers... Manuel screaming, "He
put *Basil *in the *ratatouille!!!*"
hehehe...
Lynne
("insects - the new tofu".. indeed!)
On Thu, Aug 14, 2008 at 10:40 AM, Alchemist John
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2) From: Michael Wascher
Roasted June bugs (large beetle) are a folk remedy for a patient whose
illness has left them weak & unable to eat much. Start a bonfire at dusk,
wait for the beetles to fly into the fire. When well toasted fish them out
of the coals, peel, and feed to the patient.
I don't think there's anything special about a June bug, other than it is
large & available. Bugs provide a lot of energy & nutrition in a small,
easily digestible package.
--MikeW
On Thu, Aug 14, 2008 at 10:53 AM, Lynne  wrote:
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3) From: Dave Huddle
Hey John,
Check this link for nutritional info.http://www.academicjournals.org/AJB/PDF/pdf2006/2Feb/Banjo%20et%20al.pdf"The aversion to insects as human food among Europeans is nothing more
than custom and prejudice"
Also, in Journal of Food Composition and Analysis (1997), 10(2),
142-157 there is an article  'Nutritional value of edible insects from
the state of Oaxaca, Mexico'.
I bet you didn't know that butterfly larvae of Phasus triagularis have
a caloric value of 762 kcal/100 g and a fat content of 77.2%.
Dave
Westerville, OH
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4) From: Robert Flanery
The key to that remedy is that the patient, knowing that they will feed him
more bugs if he does not eat, finds a way to choke down whatever they have
on the camp fire.  Gotta be better than a June Bug!
Having been lucky to travel a bit around the world, it is interesting to see
what others consider delicacies.  I am sure if they stared into the frozen
section at the local grocer and saw what we sell as food many would cringe
in horror.  To each his own.
Now, off to my oven for some warmed up pizza and a cup of Kenyan Hiriga.
Rob
On Thu, Aug 14, 2008 at 11:20 AM, Michael Wascher  wrote:
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5) From: Kris McN
It's all how you look at it.  If you enjoy crustaceans (crabs, lobsters,
shrimp, etc.) you're just a branch over from the insects on the tree of
life.  Crustaceans are more closely related to insects than spiders or even
centipedes and millipedes.
Mmmmmm...lobster...*drool*
Kris McN
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6) From: Lynne
Spew alert!!
ROTFL!
:D Lynne
On Thu, Aug 14, 2008 at 12:00 PM, Robert Flanery wrote:
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7) From: miKe mcKoffee
I've believed for the longest time Sanity is highly over rated:-)
miKe
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8) From: Lynne
Kris - you are so right!! My daughter (vegetarian branching out to eat
*some* fish compared lobsters to giant bugs..)
Definitely the kind of bugs I love to consume..
It's def. related to the cultures to which one is accustomed...
Lynne
(craving fried clams - real fresh, local ones, w/the bellies - which, while
not in that camp, are *oh-so-good..*)
On Thu, Aug 14, 2008 at 12:49 PM, Kris McN  wrote:
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9) From: Lynne
I second that opinion!
Lynne
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