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Are insects the food of the future?  - try #edibleinsects @ www.buggrub.com | #entomophagy |

Are insects the food of the future? - try #edibleinsects @ www.buggrub.com | #entomophagy |

Marx Foods carries exotic products from around the world.

Marx Foods carries exotic products from around the world.

Insect-based food products creep into Belgian kitchens and cafeterias

Insect-based food products creep into Belgian kitchens and cafeterias

Visitors at the EAT! Brussels food event in Belgium were treated to the creepy-crawly delights which, according to suppliers, contain three times as much protein as beef.

Can insects solve our food requirement problems? - Hindustan Times #edibleinsects

Can insects solve our food requirement problems? - Hindustan Times #edibleinsects

Cheesy grasshoppers, prawns with live ants and CRICKET rice cakes: Insect-eating is the latest culinary trend to hit the UK

Would you eat cheesy grasshoppers and cricket rice cakes?

Cheesy grasshoppers, prawns with live ants and CRICKET rice cakes: Insect-eating is the latest culinary trend to hit the UK

Food experts want people to eat insects - try #edibleinsects @ www.buggrub.com

Food experts want people to eat insects - try #edibleinsects @ www.buggrub.com

Lafayette Journal & Courier 's arts and entertainment reporter Wei-Huan Chen cooks crickets and mealworms in butter with garlic and red pepp...

Lafayette Journal & Courier 's arts and entertainment reporter Wei-Huan Chen cooks crickets and mealworms in butter with garlic and red pepp...

As an insect scientist I have heard quite a number of unproven theories about the six-legged creatures I study. Some such theories originated long ago and are now considered folklore. That is the case of the earwig that is so named because of the ancient belief that the insect would enter human ears and chew through the eardrum. There is no truth to that assumption.

As an insect scientist I have heard quite a number of unproven theories about the six-legged creatures I study. Some such theories originated long ago and are now considered folklore. That is the case of the earwig that is so named because of the ancient belief that the insect would enter human ears and chew through the eardrum. There is no truth to that assumption.

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