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THE EAT-A-BUG COOKBOOK: You’re Probably Gonna Want This For, You Know, The End of Times

With the world feeling like it will implode at any moment and thrust the citizens of Earth back about a thousand years, I think it’s probably time for us to swallow our pride and learn to…well, swallow some bugs.

After-all there are billions of little protein packs running around on multiple legs and only a limited supply of Candwiches and Hard Cider, so if we don’t start chewing them now, we might as well begin starving ourselves to death in order to make way for our robot/alien/zombie overlords.

Now, I’m sure that the idea of crunching a few bugs between your teeth sounds boot-worthy but some of these recipes could be kinda delicious if we maintain the idea that by downing a plate of Curried Termite Stew, we are not only gathering some much needed energy and strength, we are also helping our home to remain standing in order to provide us with shelter (see, eating bugs will help us stay alive in more ways than one).

Of course, I do have to admit that I’m going to most likely pass on the Larval Latkes come Hannukah simply because I like my diarrhea without the addition of worms…but that’s just me.

Feel free to add The Eat-A-Bug Cookbook to your library of survival tomes (mine includes the Harry Potter Series, Cookin’ With Coolio and The Stand by Stephen King).

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