‘Do you prefer the grasshopper to the ants? What kind of grubs do you have? How about some fried lice? The future of chatter over the dinner table?
Insects produce much smaller quantities of greenhouse gases per kilogram of meat than cattle and pigs. This is the conclusion 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. Insect meat could therefore form an alternative to more conventional types of meat.’
|a serious report, a serious suggestion – and maybe the way forward?…. Read a fuller report in Before It’s News.