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Tag Archives: Entomophagy
What would it be like to eat a bug that was about as large as a loaf of bread?
“What would it be like to eat a bug that was about as large as a loaf of bread? This question was inspired by a video game called Grounded, in which shrunken kids have to survive on a lawn, which … Continue reading
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Eating Insects: A Journey Through Time
Written by Nancy Miorelli Dr. Julie Lesnik, before conducting an enlightening interview with me about the present and future of entomology, gave an engaging talk as part of UGA’s entomology seminar series about our very distant past plays a role … Continue reading
Posted in Culture Tagged Edible Insects, Entomophagy, Human Evolution, Sustainability, Termites 2 Comments
Why Don’t We Eat Bugs in Western Culture?
Written by Nancy Miorelli Would you consider adding insects to your diet? Why or why not? Well, to answer this, I had to branch out of my area of expertise and ask a Biological Anthropologist, Dr. Julie Lesnik, as to … Continue reading
Posted in Culture Tagged Entomophagy, Food, Insects, Sustainability, Western Culture 4 Comments