Blog: Low-carb bush tucker

Catherine Sleep | 10 February 2004

Yabby crayfish, witchety grubs, stick insects and fish eyes… these fabulous low-fat, low-carb sources of protein came to public attention in the UK yesterday when a participant in a popular celebrity survival show was served a bush tucker feast.

Hailed as a dream for carbavoids, will it catch on? I think not.

Not for the fainthearted


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