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Man Eating Bugs is part global anthropological study, part nature essay, part travel adventure story. The plentiful, gorgeous photographs will take you on an emotional journey, from the depths of disgust to the heights of awe, as you realize that "the shelves of the supermarket carry only a small slice of what the world has to offer." --Therese Littleton --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Great book if your wanting to figure out what is available to eat out in the insect worldPublished 2 months ago by Stephen Crane
Very useful to prove any anti-entomophage about how popular eating bugs already is.Published 4 months ago by Julio Noyola Loya
The title pretty much says it all. If you've been in the Orient, you know that people eat insects. This book talks about that, at length.Published 10 months ago by Steve Langdon
Great book. Really interesting, speaking as someone who has eaten bugs and other strange things in my travels. Most of the photographs were truly excellent. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Spike
Great, informative book! It even includes recipes, which I was hoping for. Initially put off by bugs like most westerners, this book actually caused me to consider incorporating... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Xena
Being a primitive living/Survival teacher
There are times that I've eaten Insects for survival. Read more
This book has great photographs of people around the world and what their insect meals look like, but I was looking more for information on preparing insects for eating.Published on November 23, 2013 by Rudolph D. Bourget
Great photos, good research , but need some more investigation from Africa and Mexico, still in the process of getting a good approach\ to the next starving season.Published on May 9, 2013 by G. R. Castano