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How to raise your own mealworms for human consumption using leftover vegetable waste.

I am attempting an experiment with a view to sustainable protein that you can farm in your kitchen!

Antonia Evans, marketing assistant at Harper Adams University, is getting ready to hit the road with the Edible Bug Challenge - try #edibleinsects @ www.buggrub.com | #entomophagy

Forget ice creams and burgers, this summer’s agricultural show guests will be munching on mealworms and chomping on chapulines - thanks to the Harper Adams University Edible Bug Challenge.

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Around the world two billion people eat insects on a regular basis. The current hotbeds-or should we say, hot pots-of consumption include Latin America, central Africa and Southeast Asia. As we look for new ways to feed a burgeoning global population, will entomophagy spread to other corners of the globe?

Around the world two billion people eat insects on a regular basis. The current hotbeds — or should we say, hot pots — of consumption include Latin America

£6.99 | Chocolate Covered Crickets | Edible bugs | edible insects | I'm a celebrity get me out of here | bush tucker trial style | Fear Factor | chocolate insects

£6.99 | Chocolate Covered Crickets | Edible bugs | edible insects | I'm a celebrity get me out of here | bush tucker trial style | Fear Factor | chocolate insects

Edible Insects in Chiang Mai, Thailand

Chiang Mai is filled with fun bucket list worthy things to do — ride in a tuk tuk, chat with a monk at a temple and get a Thai massage in Thailand.

Inhabitat: UN Report Says We Should Be Eating More Bugs... unfortunately, don't think us westerners can get over the barf factor.

The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization released a 200 page report detailing that insects are a viable food and meat substititute.

Edible insects - while this may not be your standard garden recipe, there is a ton of nutrition in many bugs. I have tried bee larvae, ants and centipedes. Take a risk. They are not simply for the bottom of a tequila bottle!

There is a new rice cracker product creating a buzz around the streets of Omachi, Japan. A Digger Wasp lover group (Jibachi Aikokai) has teamed up with a local biscuit maker to create a unique digger wasp rice cracker (Jibachi Senbei).