Flour Made From Insects Will Feed Underfed Populations
“A new United Nations report say the health benefits of consuming nutritious insects could help fight obesity and world hunger.”
Yes, we’ve heard this before, that bugs are nutritional, and that they are in fact filled with more protein per weight than are our hoofed brethren, or the flightless fowl.
Squash the creepy crawlies, add spices and sauté or fry them, then put the scrumptious insect gallimaufry between buns or in a tortilla, and enjoy!
Don’t ask what is in your hot dog, hamburger or taco.
Just eat it, dammit.
You’re too fat, and you know it.
What you know would hurt you if you knew it.
Better to not know and just enjoy it.
It, here, means of course, your food.
As long as my food is not moving and I don’t see any eyeballs, I’m happy.
Good music also helps.
There will be new restaurants with names like The Anteater and Taco Cucaracha, without any pictures of ants or cockroaches.
Let the names do the talking.
Let the customers do the munching.
IT’S ABOUT RENEWABLE RESOURCES…AND BUGS!