I have a lovely print I got in SF of a very large beetle with a knife and fork on either side; the artist titled it Taste the Future.
From what I've read crickets were a a significant part of the diet for CA indians. And I've also read that for those daring folks that collected wild honey the larva was just as important as the honey, probably the only way that sweet and fat naturally occur together in one food source. Now that I think about it, it most likely also occurred in wild fruit; apple & worm.
The thing I've always liked about primal is that it's not so rigid, there are many variations that produce good results. I've never been very good about being strict with my diet but I've also never been in the habit of eating junk food. I suppose I could get some amazing results if I just got strict but I like cooking and food too much, the few times I've tried it (for health reasons) it made me sort depressed and crazy.
When I was a kid my mom would occasionally make beignets, boy were they good!