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  • Are insects the new eco superfood?
  • Are insects the new eco superfood?
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Are insects the new eco superfood?

Promoting the ecological and nutritional benefits of eating insects isn’t new, but squeamishness has proved a barrier to widespread adoption. Now The Insect Cookbook, awarded first prize at LA’s Green Book Festival, hopes to repackage entomophagy for a foodie generation.

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