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Why Don't We Eat Bugs?

Bugs are insects, usually the little one, that threatened differently in any parts of the world. In some place like Thailand, Mexico, China, Brazil, Australia, and Japan, over 1.000 kinds of bugs are known as daily food. 342 more words

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The yuck factor - what will people eat in 2050?

What will you and your descendants eat in 2050? Will you enjoy a t-bone steak, a slice of swordfish, a chicken drumstick?

Probably not.

Not because you wouldn’t like to, but because that kind of food — animal flesh — will have become very rare. 511 more words


Your own cricket farm

Maybe you’re convinced that eating insects is cool, and you want to try this unique delicacy, but you don’t know how to go about acquiring such edible bugs in a safe, reliable way. 733 more words


Mesmerizing murmurations

My daughter posted this video on her blog today. Honestly, I was totally mesmerized when I saw this video and now I can’t stop watching it. 66 more words


Both sides of the same coin

August salon really got our brains humming! Jesse‘s thoughtful documentary about raising (and eating) Mangalitsa pigs was a rare treat.

Adorable, right?

It inspired me to simultaneously eat less and better meat, ironically to the exclusion of pork products. 414 more words

Why Eat Bugs #8: Great For Gatherings!

I hosted my first “bug night” to test whether edible bugs are a good addition to a social gathering.

I invited over a small group of four friends who were game, and one very supportive girlfriend. 514 more words

Why Eat Bugs

Why Eat Bugs #6: No Mad Mealworm Disease

Do you ever think about the young dance instructor who is now paralyzed after eating an E. coli-tainted hamburger?

I do. Habitually. I think about her every time I am about to handle any raw beef, chicken, or pork. 598 more words

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