After being bitten by the spider, has Peter Parker ever eaten or craved eating bugs as a side effect?
According to Spider-Man Deadpool issue #5, yes! It’s stated twice, from both Peter and Deadpool’s perspective, that while trapped in Tabula Rasa he ate insects— he frames it as something simply done to survive, but in Deadpool’s retelling he seems to think he enjoyed it, though whether that’s true or not is up for speculation. Take it how you will!
Spider-Man: Wade, seriously. What are you talking about?
Last time I saw you we were in Tabula Rasa. Do you know Husk and I were stuck in there for 36 hours?
We had to eat bugs. BUGS.
Deadpool: I... wait. Are you serious?
Spider-Man: Who lies about eating bugs? Who does that?
Spider-Man: We had to eat bugs.
To be honest, they were delicious, but that is not the point.
One of the earliest incarnations of the web-slinger in television was Supaidaman:
Rather than Peter Parker the student/freelance photographer, this one was a motorcycle racer called Takuya Yamashiro. Living his whole life in Japan and having been born decades ago, it is quite possible that Yamashiro at least once tried some of the local insect-based dishes, such as 稲子 (inago, which is actually grasshopper), 蜂の子 (hachi no ko, bee larvae) and 蚕のさなぎ (kaiko no sanagi, silk pupae).