Goods & Services
now, T-Shirts and a Set of Preserved Specimens (with explanatory
booklet). I'm also on the lookout for edible insect posters.
As for the future, I'm looking into what
would be involved with becoming an importer of processed insects.
If anyone reading this has any kind of experience in such matters,
I'd appreciate any advice.
This is the Sunrise Land Shrimp Collection
of Edible Insects, a valuable teaching tool that includes eight
specimens preserved in ethyl alcohol, thereby surpassing two-dimensional
pictures and text. The collection encompasses both easily obtainable
domestic species and foreign items, specifically Thai, but Southeast
Asian in general. The collection includes a booklet full of interesting
background information on the specimens.
As is listed prominently on the box
and in the booklet, these specimens themselves are not edible, because
of the fluid in which they are stored.
More coming! Kitchen
Edible Insect Programs:
- 'Column A': The Edible Insect Talk
- Dave will come to you and give an interactive
talk about the edibility of insects, including geography, anthropology,
nutrition, cultural biases, and a Q+A with the audience.
- 'Column B': The Edible Insect Tasting
- Dave will come with stuff to eat! You can choose
from a couple of options.
- 'Column C': Catering
- Want to have party foods that people will be
talking about for the rest of their lives?? Hey, it's a simple
way to gain immortality! Become a legend in your own time by working
with Dave to craft the perfect party snacks, or even full-course
mini-banquet. It's really not that hard.