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Raw food at Bruno Comby's hotel and restaurant outside of Paris, France. Guests staying at the Chateau Montrame smell a number of fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, fish, nuts, and insects (all raw) before eating as much of them as they feel comfortable doing. Bruno Comby, author of "Delicious Insects" (in French) lives and works in the Orkos Institute in the 17th century Chateau Montrame. His institute serves a raw diet he calls "instinctology" and describes as the Paleolithic nutritional practice by early human hunter-gatherer ancestors. Comby grows insects in cages for food. Image from the book project Man Eating Bugs: The Art and Science of Eating Insects.

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Raw food at Bruno Comby's hotel and restaurant outside of Paris, France. Guests staying at the Chateau Montrame smell a number of fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, fish, nuts, and insects (all raw) before eating as much of them as they feel comfortable doing. Bruno Comby, author of "Delicious Insects" (in French) lives and works in the Orkos Institute in the 17th century Chateau Montrame. His institute serves a raw diet he calls "instinctology" and describes as the Paleolithic nutritional practice by early human hunter-gatherer ancestors. Comby grows insects in cages for food. Image from the book project Man Eating Bugs: The Art and Science of Eating Insects.