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These are some of the books that our co-founder Gabrielle has read. We highly recommend them if you want to learn more about edible insects and their incredible world.

In this book, two entomologists and a chef

and a chef present insects

as an essential source of animal protein for future human nutrition. They provide consumers and chefs essential information about insects as food, with recipes that are simple enough to prepare at home, while sharing sophisticated dishes from around the world in a more international style. This is the perfect book to start learning in a fun way!

A source of advice on how to cook 70 species of edible insects from around the world. Considered a must-have travel companion for all culinary adventurers, this is the perfect gift for the more adventurous before a trip abroad!

This book from the founders of Grub - a company that sells and promotes edible insects - presents 55 accessible recipes using a variety of insects, from grasshoppers to mealworms. They draw on cuisines from around the world to present a range of insect-based starters, dishes, desserts and even cocktails cooked in their various guises.

"An adventure in the world of edible insects, the last hope to save the planet", through her travels and encounters, Daniella Martin takes us into her world of little six-legged creatures. After reading her story, we can only be convinced, so get ready to eat insects!

This book describes all the processes involved in the promotion of insects for both animal and human consumption. It is therefore aimed at breeding and sales professionals who wish to have more technical information on edible insects.

"On Eating Insects is the first book to address the subject of edible insects in a more holistic way. It features essays on cultural, political and ecological representations, as well as field stories, tasting comments and recipes from the Nordic Food Lab. It is a beautiful book, a "coffee table book" that invites curiosity.

A summary of all the contributions of edible insects in terms of ecological sustainability, living conditions, nutrition, health, cultural food and food systems from around the world. Maximum information to become a real professional!


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