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en 2050 : nous mangerons des insectes
Eating hearty on arthropods?
عذراً و لكن يبدو أن الصفحة التي طلبتها قد تغير عنوانها أو غير موجودة.
Harvesting of insects in South Africa and Japan- Indigenous Knowledge in the Classroom
We’ve had a couple of concerned inquiries resulting from some unexpected, 6 legged, dinner time garnishes. It happens, at least once in your life your cereal was ruined by the crunch of something in your mouth that you are pretty sure was not a raisin. Not to fear, most insects are percfectly edible!
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(PhysOrg.com) -- Insects produce much smaller quantities of greenhouse gases per kilogram of meat than cattle and pigs. This is the conclusion of Dutch team of scientists at Wageningen University, who have joined forces with government and industry to investigate whether the rearing of insects could contribute to more sustainable protein production.
Cricket ready for consumption.
What is it about North American culture that keeps us from using one of our most abundant and readily available food sources, insects? We could learn a lot from our international neighbors. Many cultures around the globe have evolved to use insects in their diets.
July 15, 2004
Entomophagy is the term used to describe the process of eating insects as a food source.
Freeze-drying, or lyophilization , is like "suspended animation" for food.
From TODAYshow.com video editor/producer Becca Field
The Food Insects Newsletter
How many ways can you spell YUMMY!
Scientists in the Netherlands have discovered that insects produce significantly less greenhouse gas per kilogram of meat than cattle or pigs. Their study, published in the online journal PLoS One , suggests that a move towards insect farming could result in a more sustainable - and affordable - form of meat production. In addition to the environmental impact of current meat production techniques, scientists believe that the inevitable increase in price as population-driven demand grows will ultimately result in traditional meat products becoming unavailable to many people around the world.