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What if we could create a sustainable food source that simply requires a temperate climate, sunlight and water, well, we could feed a lot of people.
Topic: Solving World Hunger with Aphid Farms
Living in the wheat state makes this hard for me to believe as the government pays to keep land out of production.
In a blind taste test how do insects do?
Just curious, anyone know how vegans view bugs as food source?
Locusts and crickets are delicious - remarkably like the shrimp they resemble. I haven't yet tried swamp fly cake, which is quite a celebratory dish in parts of Uganda.
"Laver bread" is a Welsh delicacy - an edible seaweed fried in fat and served as a delicious part of a traditional breakfast. Now aside from the bacon, sausages and black pudding (never mind all that cholesterol nonsense - this is a cold, wet island and we need to eat rocket fuel in the morning) which definitely aren't, is laver bread kosher? If you wash all the little barnacle and shrimp larvae out of it, it just tastes like glue, so the answer is "yes, as long as you don't enjoy it".