Ryan Hobbs wrote:I like my grasshoppers fried. I don't remove the heads, but I do remove the wings and legs. Then fry in chili infused peanut oil. Served with some brown rice it is quite good. The grasshoppers are mostly protein and fiber, the oil is the fat you need for energy, and the rice makes for a nice carbohydrate boost. I carry dehydrated cooked rice and hot peppers in the bush.
Morgwino Stur wrote:this might be a bit of an odd question, but with all bigger animals you remove the guts -- I always assumed it was for health reasons in addition to the whole ick factor. With bugs I'm guessing it isn't really an issue?