View Full Version : 'Bug Mac' and lovely 'grub': food of the future

01-23-2011, 06:48 PM
Dutch student Walinka van Tol (http://topics.breitbart.com/Walinka+van+Tol/) inspects the worm protruding from a half-eaten chocolate praline she's holding, steels herself with a shrug, then pops it into her mouth. "Tasty ... kind of nutty!" the 20-year-old assures her companions clutching an array of creepy crawly pastries at a seminar, which forecast that larvae and locusts will invade Western menus as the price of steak and chops skyrocket.

Van Tol (http://topics.breitbart.com/Van+Tol/) and about 200 other tasters were guinea pigs (http://topics.breitbart.com/guinea+pigs/) for a group of Dutch scientists doing groundbreaking research into insects replacing animal meat as a healthier, more environmentally friendly source of protein.What the?

http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=CNG.535b8021429b7f4411f0d1df3a91308 7.451&show_article=1

01-23-2011, 06:59 PM
sounds like a great idea to me :) ...

Barry Morris
01-23-2011, 07:41 PM
You've never heard the government rules about bugs in food??

Not supposed to be able to see them.