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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


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


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

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


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


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