entomophagy


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entomophagy

(ˌɛntəˈmɒfædʒɪ)
n
the eating of insects as food
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Catering students also learnt about entomophagy - the human dietary practice of consuming insects.
Insect-eating, or entomophagy, is common in much of the world.
In a brilliantly accessible and humorous exploration of entomophagy (people eating insects), Waltner-Toews seeks to overcome our cultural aversion to bugs.
The book's first four chapters introduce the aspect of diversification of food sources by incorporating insects into the human diet as well as the importance of entomophagy to human health and the environment as described by Food Agricultural Organization (FAO).
It includes Grub Kitchen, which offers a distinctive experience in which diners can try entomophagy - the practice of eating insects
Mitsuhashi has published extensively on entomophagy in Japanese, and noticing the lack of recent books on English, sought to fill the void.
Science of Eats is a foodie's adventure into chemistry, biology, mycology, anthropology and even entomophagy," said Adult Swim maestro, Adrienne Testa.
Hanboonsong is the Associate Professor of Entomology, the scientific study of insects, and one of the world's leading experts In the study of edible Insects, otherwise known as entomophagy.
Entomophagy, the consumption of insects as food, is already practiced in a number of African countries.
The authors collaborated with chefs, a farmer, a researcher, a storyteller, and others who encourage readers to embrace entomophagy.