Is Christopher Columbus to blame for our fear of edible insects?— Yara Elmjouie (@yelmjouie) October 14, 2019
A new study says European colonizers demonized indigenous people as “savages” for eating insects.
But today, edible bugs are seen as sustainable protein, receiving even the UN’s blessing. pic.twitter.com/j7tt0DTX35
The next wave of alternative burgers could be made from hemp, mung beans or even crickets https://t.co/rXsVOuGTvL— Bloomberg (@business) October 29, 2019
Oh, so it is not enough that these people want to take away our guns and our free speech and the Big Gulp? Meat has to go too?
“If you thought pea protein was weird, you might want to sit down for this. The next wave of alternative burgers could be made from hemp, mung beans or even crickets.
As the plant boom attracts consumers and Immediate Edge UK investors, the pea — the preferred protein source for companies like Beyond Meat Inc. — is facing some challengers. Critics say the legume isn’t the nutritional powerhouse that proponents claim it is, while others say alternatives could offer better taste. …
Insects have been used in traditional Asian diets for centuries, but they’re just now starting to catch on in Western menus. Insects are viable alternatives to traditional livestock production as they use little land and produce a fraction of the greenhouse gases generated by cattle.
Crickets are the main insect making it’s way into recipes, with the ground-up bugs having little taste. The powder is a filling option and contains far more protein than wheat flour. It is being added to foods like sausages, cookies, muffins, tofu and ice cream. Last year, Loblaw Cos., Canada’s largest grocer, even added cricket powder to its line of President’s Choice products.”
Who owns Bloomberg.com?
Michael Bloomberg, of course, the Jewish control freak who is worth $50 billion dollars. What’s next? He wants you to eat bug burgers to feed the planet and fight climate change. These people are pushing the transgenderism and bug food memes very hard now.