Snacking on Bugs?

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  1. Darrell

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    Which bugs are safe to eat and where can I find them?
     
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  4. BIll Dockstader

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    generally a good rule of thumb is if it's brightly colored, (not camouflaged) then it's not safe to eat. same if it has hair like spines on it. they can get caught in your soft tissue and cause infection.
     
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  5. Charles R. Stevens

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    One would also cook them as they can carry parasites that we can contract.
     
  6. lonewolf

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    it has been said they are better flash fried.
     
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