EXPECT TO be bugged at this year's Moon Festival when Butterfly Skye teaches you how to add worms, scorpions and even tarantulas to your daily food.
Ms Skye said the edible insects were delicious, nutritious, full of protein and very sustainable.
"It depends on the kind of bug but they're really high in proteins. Most are low in fat as well," she said.
"Some are high in calcium, iron, essential amino acids and essential fatty acids."
While the idea of eating bugs might seem odd, Skye says it wasn't that long ago that people thought the same about sushi.
"Twenty years ago you would screw your nose up at the thought of eating raw fish," she said.
"I think in a few years people will be eating edible insects - definitely the generation that's coming up now."
She also practices what she preaches and admits to cooking bugs for breakfast.
"I just sprinkle some of the toasted ones on my muesli and it gives an extra crunchy, nutty flavour to it.
"I use them in stir fries and in a lot of the bakery-kind of things that I do to help increase the amount of protein that is in it and they do give a nice flavour as well."
Butterfly Skye will have a stall at the Cabramatta Moon Festival selling edible insects
She will be doing two cooking demonstrations to show attendees the ways bugs can be used in cooking.