[Sca-cooks] Silk Worms as Food?

Laura C. Minnick lcm at jeffnet.org
Thu Sep 11 11:54:37 PDT 2008

Nick Sasso wrote:
> -----Original Message-----
> < < < < I'm wondering how practical this is though. For the
> worms-as-a-byproduct-of-silk-production thing. The cocoons are soaked,
> boiled and "unrolled", so by the time you got to the worms theyd be
> pretty mushy.  > > > > > >
> Just stir into your pottage or gruel for a morning protein surge.  Adds a
> piqunat flavor profile to your frumenty or egyrdouce.
> niccolo
Ooo, that was reeeeal helpful, Niccolo. < gag! >

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