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Unread 05-16-2013, 12:24 PM   #1
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Cicada pupa fried and served on a stick! High Protein Low Fat Health Food Yum Yum!
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Unread 05-16-2013, 12:26 PM   #2
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so what IT do you need to take cicada pupa to?

and those look awfully good...for you to eat. I'll pass
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Saw something on that on No Reservations. Not my cup of tea.
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Actually there was a news story a few days ago that said Americans SHOULD include more incects in their diet. It was on the local NBC affiliate but I can't remember if it was the local or national news.
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But here's my reaction:
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Hey! Every can of processed food has at least SOME permissible insect parts per billion - we ALREADY eat insects.
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Hey! Every can of processed food has at least SOME permissible insect parts per billion - we ALREADY eat insects.
Isn't it like 5% "foreign matter" allowed?
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A fellow would have to be pretty hungy to try one of those. No thank you I will pass.
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But here's my reaction:
I've heard "Insects is best" Kinda like kissin cousins
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Okay, I'll bite.

I am pretty sure a little mustard (to help the rub stick), brown sugar and paprika. I would think to add maybe a little onion and garlic powder. I don't know if this would be better with a fruit wood or mesquet. I think I would go hickory for the first time. I probably wouldn't brine them... I would use a water pan to try and prevent them from overdrying. I think I would nip the heads off or shove a skewer through their faces. These would for sure be skewered cooked over very low heat (200-225) since they are so little I may only cook them 15-20 mins, I don't think that I could get a good smoke ring in these lil guys to save my life.

Fark that, too much work for bugs.
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I'll pass too....land shrimp?
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I dont know, I might give it a try as long as its cooked. But really what does it taste like?
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