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How to cook wood lice -bushcraft skills ~ by WoodlandsTV

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www.woodlands.co.uk Want to eat wood lice? How to cook wood lice. The humble wood louse is a useful source of protein in bushcraft survival skills. Sean Collins shows how to cook woodlice, and shares them with the WoodlandsTV team. In case you're wondering they taste a bit like prawns

Posted in: Animals, Skills, Survival, Uncategorised ~ On: 15 December, 2011

87 comments so far

June 16, 2017

Buffalocat C: I'm not being technical

Sandra Caraballo
June 19, 2017

Buffalocat C: crunchy

France ball
June 19, 2017

Their not alive they were cooked.

Milli W
June 30, 2017

Why are meat eaters so hateful?…. What… you think shrimp and lobsters are fish?

legion act
July 4, 2017

mlong long same thing happena with craw fish and shrimp

Jordan Baker
July 27, 2017

Janice Colson they were not alive, he boiled them.

August 13, 2017

I discovered you can eat water slaters; the aquatic woodlice. The ones I tried tasted slightly bitter and chloriney possibly because they were grown in chlorinated water. They are bioaccumulators of cadmium and can survive pesticides and other chemicals fairly well so caution should be taken

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