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24 Aug Crickets: Food of the future? – Entomophagy research at Wayne State University



Dr. Julie Lesnik, assistant professor of Anthropology in Wayne State University’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, explains the recent popularity of using insects as a viable food source in the United States. http://clas.wayne.edu

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  • James Barnett
    Posted at 05:59h, 24 August

    Sorry, you'll never get us back to 10,000 BCE.

  • Tiana Bosley
    Posted at 05:59h, 24 August

    I still do not want to eat crickets, but this is a very well-done video.

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