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Mealworm Mondays: Unpacking the Hive by Livin Farms

This weeks Mealworm Monday features unpacking the Hive, the world’s first edible insect desktop farm by Livin Farms!

Read more about it at Livin Farms.

Edible Insects

Chi-Chi-Chimac for Chicken!

Chimac Korean Pub & Fried Chicken
512 Yates St
Victoria, BC

Phone: (250) 590-5098

KFC can mean either Kentucky Fried or Korean Fried Chicken. While some will say it’s tough to eat that secret blend of spices, I think the latter is far tastier. 612 more words

Reviews

Mealworm Mondays: Intro to Entomophagy (Eating Insects)

Entomophagy is the practice of eating insects that I will be telling you about in the upcoming series of posts called *cue drumroll* Mealworm Mondays! If a picture says a thousand words then a video must speak millions, so whenever I’m not in the mood to write out long explanations or you’re too lazy to read my babbling, I’ll be sharing humorous information-packed videos about one of my favorite topics! 552 more words

Environmental Issues

Eating Bugs

(Also known as entomophagy.)

I’ve been fascinated by the idea of eating insects for some time. Once I got over the initial societally-ingrained disgust, that is. 705 more words

Homestead Life

Delicious, Nutritious, and Creepy

Ever wondered, how the food we eat has also evolved in times along with us? From raw, uncooked to cooked, processed & packaged; from organic to synthetic. 336 more words

Cricket Pancakes (CrickCakes): A New Way to Eat Your Greens

by Jessica R. Manly

A growing movement of nutritionists, sustainability researchers, activists, and alternative foodies are calling edible insects the food group of the future. In America, one of the biggest hurdles remains how to get people to take a bite. 750 more words

Recipes

Article | Could insects save the world?

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few years, you’ll be aware that we are currently experiencing more than a few environmental and sustainability issues, with our beautiful blue planet struggling to cope with our ever-increasing demands. 505 more words

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