entomophagy


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entomophagy

(ˌɛntəˈmɒfædʒɪ)
n
the eating of insects as food
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He visits the labs of "clean meat" boosters and "cornucopians" who believe technological advances can solve the world's problems, attends idea conferences learning about entomophagy and roadkill, and interviews "neoagrarians" and "artisanal foodies" who eschew "Frankenmeat." These many viewpoints are rich and analyzed with sensitivity.
Plant-based "meat" and dairy alternatives are taking off across the UK, but from the supply chain to the supermarket shelf, food and drink experts have caught the entomophagy bug.
The authors reviewed current insect farming methods, processing technologies, commercialisation techniques and current perceptions towards entomophagy - the practice of eating insects.
Kenya National Guidelines on Nutrition and HIV/Aids recognise entomophagy (the practice of eating insects) as a part of traditional food culture.ESTABLISH VALUE CHAINSIt acknowledges insects like termites as a source of animal proteins other than milk products, beef, poultry, chicken, eggs, fillet or dried fish.
Amid taunts from fellow students, Will tries to introduce entomophagy (insect eating for protein, nutrients and environmentally friendly too!) into school and enlists new boy Eloy's help by promising to teach him wrestling moves and help him onto the school wrestling team.
Three possibilities are available: GMO, bioreactors, and entomophagy. Primo, using the GMO technology in order, for instance, to cope with climate change, is the black mirror since Paul Berg (1972), Herbert Boyer and Stanley Cohen (1972).
To many people in the West, it may sound far-fetched, but slowly businesses are emerging that believe entomophagy (the human use of insects as food) is the solution to the worlds growing protein shortage.
Entomophagy (en-tuh-MAH-fuh-jee), or eating insects, isn't common in the U.S.
Catering students also learnt about entomophagy - the human dietary practice of consuming insects.
FIRST REPORT OF EDIBLE BUGS EDESSA BIFIDA AND EDESSA CHAMPIONI (HEMIPTERA: PENTATOMIDAE) AND THEIR IMPORTANCE IN THE ENTOMOPHAGY CULTURE IN THE RURAL COMMUNITY "EL ZOMPANTLE", TAXCO DE ALARCON, GUERRERO, MEXICO
Insect-eating, or entomophagy, is common in much of the world.