As all Scottish followers will know, tonight is Burns Nicht. Yesterday, we were wondering on Twitter if someone had made haggis, the Scottish national dish, from insects yet. Today, we came across the answer and are sharing it with kind permission of the wonderful Bugs for Life project. Here's Craig MacFarlane and the bug haggis, or 'buggis'. – Ed.
- How can I try insects?
- Prepare and cook them
- 'Buggis' for Burns Nicht – haggis with mealworms
'Buggis' for Burns Nicht – haggis with mealworms
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