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Review: Chapul Aztec Bar

When I began reading about entomophagy, Chapul popped up as one of the only companies producing commercially available insect foods. Founded in Utah in 2011 by Pat Crowley, Chapul was created with the goal of producing nutritious energy bars made with cricket flour – a protein source that is dramatically less resource intensive than other commonly farmed livestock. 233 more words



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Canadian Entomophagy Conference

Entomophagy Conference: August 26-28 2014 in Montreal, Canada.

Eating Innovation: The Art, Culture, Science & Business of Entomophagy.
Montréal Space for Life
August 26–28, 2014… 12 more words


The future of flour

As much as I was dreading using it at the beginning of the semester, I’ve enjoyed using Twitter for this class as well as personally. One of the things I like about it is that it has become my go-to for quick science news. 421 more words


Deviled Eggs with Crickets Recipe

Add crickets to your favorite deviled eggs recipe. Great for holiday parties and picnics.

  • 6 Hard Boiled Eggs
  • 2 T Mayonnaise
  • 1 T Sriracha Sauce…
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Welcome to Canadian Entomophagy

Welcome to Canadian Entomophagy!

http://www.canadianentomophagy.wordpress.com will feature news, resources, and recipes to serve Canadian entomophagists (and those that are simply bug-curious!). Please stay tuned while the site is developed. 10 more words


What are people going to eat in the future? BUGS

              In this world, it is usual for people to eat animals including fish, pig or lobster. However, most people feel uncomfortable eating bugs. The FAO reported that bugs will become pervasive sources of food, arguing that 9 billion people will eat insects in 2050.   723 more words