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January 26, 2018
Eating insects might seem yucky, but they are nutritious and there is no reason you can't: Study says most primates, including humans, can digest these critters
Almost all living primates still have working versions of the gene needed to produce a stomach enzyme that breaks down exoskeletons. This means that the 'yuck' factor when it comes to eating...Read on ScienceDaily »
April 10, 2019
Bugs Are Nutritious, So We Should Eat Them All
We spoke with a successful entrepreneur about her bug-based baking company and why she believes insects are the future of food. Eighty percent of the world regularly consumes critters; every year,...Read on Vice »
August 13, 2018
Smithsonian Networks to Premiere New Series BUG BITES
America's culinary boundaries are about to be shattered as Smithsonian Networks introduces BUG BITES, a six-part, short-form series exploring the worldwide art of cooking and consuming insects.Read on broadwayworld »
November 24, 2017
We’re Headed Toward A Thanksgiving Brimming With Insects. Here Are The Crunchiest Recipes.
In the coming decades, as meat becomes less and less sustainable, our Thanksgiving feasts might well include insects. Here are a few recipes for early adopters.Read on BuzzFeed »
November 3, 2017
Please Don't Bug Me
As a dutiful reader of the New York Times, The Scrapbook has for several years been aware of a new trend in the culinary arts. The trend: the preparation and consumption of insects. Three years ago...Read on Weekly Standard »
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