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Experts Say Insects May Be the Food of the Future

Experts say current livestock practices simply won’t keep up with the worldwide food demands, and with livestock farming contributing to deforestation, diminishing water resources and greenhouse gases, scientists have been looking for alternative protein sources to meet the world’s nutritional needs - including plant-based proteins, lab-grown meat and especially insects, which many consider an excellent source of protein.

OK - got it! “Waiter, I'll have the roach beast sandwich, an order of flies and a chocolate snake.” And while some of you may bulk at the thought of eating insects, let’s get real - anyone who regularly eats at places like Denny’s is certainly no stranger to eating bugs. Besides, the way I look at it, if YouTube influencers can eat TidePods, there’s no reason the rest of us can’t eat a few bugs.


johnnyrobish 7 Feb 2
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our meat has bug parts but im not gonna eat one I can see or crunch and other countries eat lots of disgusting stuff no thanks now if I grew up eating them id have a different opinion


Could be. l had a protein bar made from crickets the other night. It was pretty good.

Sticks48 Level 9 Feb 3, 2020

I was under the impression that bugs have been on the menu in countries like India and some African countries for many centuries , now . Thought it may be new to us , it isn't really new .

Cast1es Level 8 Feb 3, 2020

U first .

Pralina1 Level 8 Feb 3, 2020

Did wasn't that bad

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