Since seeing the Mark espouse eating from plants, animals and insects a couple years ago, I've experimented with eating some bugs. The past two summers have seen a bounty of grasshoppers around here, so that was my main insect source. I get the free range ones, away from pesticides and fertilizers, out in the non-agricultural forest and prairie. Freeze 'em, rinse 'em, stirfry them, season with curry, spices, peppers, etc. Had a fair share snacked down alive and kicking.
Pretty gross looking, and I still kinda cringe at the sight, but they really do taste fine, and provide good nutrition. Just a lot of cultural gross out to overcome. Many parts of the world sure do gobble them up. I want to get ahold of some leaf cutter ant abdomens, but they are pricey via the internet!
Heck, most yummy seafood are just sea bugs, lobster, crab, shrimp... anyone got a source, story or recipe to share?