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Eat the Ant

Public awareness of the environmental impact of large scale agriculture, specifically meat production, is increasing every day. The fact is, if we don’t change things now, we run the risk of hitting a tipping point in temperature increases which could unleash a series of devastating natural disasters, … 947 more words

Environment

Mexican style rice with grasshoppers (entomophagy 101)

I firmly believe insects of the future of food. And why not? 2 billion people consume them as part of their usually diet. Many of us begin the day with bee vomit spread on baked flour paste inflated with fungus (honey and bread for anyone who didn’t get that). 412 more words

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Fueled by Crickets

“We’re the Baugh brothers, identical twins born and raised in Colorado with a passion for an active lifestyle and adventure. Our free time is spent skiing, rock climbing, mountain biking, powerlifting, auto racing, cycling, and backpacking.” 1,339 more words

Entomophagy

Meet the Trouble Makers Behind Critter Bitters

We chatted with Julia Plevin and Lucy Knops, co-founders of Critter Bitters. They say that though cocktails won’t save the world, eating bugs might. 954 more words

Cocktails

Cricket Powder & Other Edible Insects

Dr. Aaron T. Dossey is the founder of All Things Bugs, a company that sells Finely Milled Whole Cricket Powder. Get to know what inspired him to create insect based protein alternatives!  55 more words

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How to Get People to Try Insects for the First Time: A Tale of Birthday Bugs

It’s with a happy heart and an older soul that I write this particular post. It’s a post of gratitude to my friends and family who gathered around last weekend for some birthday festivities. 1,294 more words

Entomophagy

Will Insects Be the Food of the Future? Find Out at ICE 2016

By Florence Dunkel

At the 2016 International Congress of Entomology, which will be held September 25-30 in Orlando, Florida, there will be an amazing set of 28 speakers who will tackle not just one, but four complex issues that some call wicked problems. 385 more words

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