Todd Nease wrote: My farming of them has gone wild, yet it only takes up a 4x4x3 foot area. The cost of inputs is minimal, and can possibly be reduced to nothing.
Keira Oakley wrote:@ Matu: chestnut weevil larvae? how big are they? I think they must taste real nice because grubs take on the flavour of their food... although, yes you might need to fry them, raw might not be a good option, as raw chestnuts aren't really edible.
I have one question. Does anyone know how to farm waxworms? They live on honey in beehives, but on the internet they only show an artificial way how to breed them: giving them a mixture of honey and cereals, in glass jars, but normally they don't live on cereals. Would be nice to more learn about those "waxies", they taste real nice.