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Be Ignited or be Gone

What I Have Learned So Far
by Mary Oliver

Meditation is old and honorable, so why should I
not sit, every morning of my life, on the hillside,
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Eating Insects

Are you allergic to crickets?

Interesting article over at the Entomove Project about a possible concern with insects — primarily crickets — as a food source: allergies. If you’re allergic to shellfish, you should proceed to entomophagy with caution, but how concerned should you be if you’re not? 27 more words

Blog

OWN: The Spring 2016 edition of Organic & Wellness News is here!

Yes, the new edition of OWN has just been published! And I’ve contributed several articles: a brand profile on Fair Squared (p. 16 in the print version, here is the… 112 more words

Retail

A Leader is Simply the Person who Goes First

As a person with a passion for simple and sustainable living, the act of eating insects resonates with me and gives me so much hope for humans.   527 more words

Serious problem of livestock

Hi,
here I go, again I am not going to write about Universe but this time I want to turn towards livestock and then towards entomophagy, which I will explain in a minute. 764 more words

Science

Crickets: Hanging with James Beard and Andrew Zimmern!

Written by Chef Brad Bergaus from Le Courdon Bleu Culinary School
Instagram: Foodandhops

When I first decided I wanted to be a chef I had a moment of deep thought. 920 more words

Entomophagy

Crickets Really Are The Gateway Bug

A while ago I was listening to the radio on the way home from work one day and Daniella Martin was being interviewed about her book… 286 more words