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Are you ready for cricket burgers?

Are you ready for cricket burgers? Over two billion people regularly eat insects. Why are Americans so squeamish? DEREK BERES 06 May 2019 Humans have eaten insects for a long time, yet Westerners rarely put them on their plate. Insects are a sustainable and nutritious alternative that can help mitigate the effects of climate change. […]

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Crickets that taste like cotton candy are fueling major growth plans for a Lewiston company

Crickets that taste like cotton candy are fueling major growth plans for a Lewiston company By Lori Valigra, BDN Staff • May 3, 2019 1:00 am Updated: May 3, 2019 2:03 pm A Lewiston company that makes and sells edible insects is planning a major expansion during the coming year as demand for crickets and other critters as snacks […]

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Episode 40

Today on The Ento Podcast we have another a review of this month’s Insects as food and feed conference We also have a new sponsor – Crunchy Critters The UK’s leading supplier of internationally sourced, varied and exclusive ready-to-eat edible insects and arachnids. Use ENTO10 at checkout to get 10% off your shop The Insects as food and […]

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SWAP (Silkworm as Protein)

The challenge Feeding the world is a huge challenge as the population is expected to grow to 9.6 billion by 2050. Increasing income, in addition to improved living conditions, is seen as a driver in the rise of animal protein consumption worldwide. The rate of meat consumption is increasing swiftly in developing regions, namely Asia, […]

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Entoview Series – Charlotte Binder from Isaac Nutrition

This entoview is with Charlotte Binder from Isaac Nutrition @isaac_nutrition. Charlotte talks about how Isaac nutrition started, their choice of insect protein and where they see the market going Sit back and listen to my conversation with Charlotte Binder from Isaac Nutrition and don’t forget to say Hi to Charlotte on Twitter @isaac_nutrition Thanks and […]

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Episode 38

Today on The Ento Podcast we have another Bio Show; this time on Robyn Shapiro You’re listening to the Ento podcast and I am your host Ross. Thanks so much for tuning in, I really appreciate you giving me your ears. Todays show is not a usual show as they will start again in the new […]

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Episode 37 – The Ento Podcast

You’re listening to the into podcast and I am your host Ross. Thanks so much for tuning in, I really appreciate you giving me your ears. Todays show is not a usual show as they will start again in the new year, but more of a bio show where we look at at someone leading […]

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Bio 1 – Wendy Lu McGill and RMMR

You’re listening to the Ento podcast and I am your host Ross.   Thanks so much for tuning in; I really appreciate you giving me your ears.   Today’s show is not a usual show as they will start again in the new year, but more of a bio show where we look at at […]

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Apology

Guess who’s back? That’s right..The Ento Podcast!!!   If this is the 1st show you’ve listen to its not a great on just an apology for being off the airwaves for a year but we are coming back..yay 🙂 Check out this episode!

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E32 – The Ento Podcast

Today on The Ento Podcast we discuss the following news stories. Join Me Today As We Go Through This Weeks News Stories… ? Farm animals can eat insects and algae to prevent deforestation ? Fertile ground: Sustainable practices in prison lead to sustainable futures ? Oxford’s best-known landmarks – as you’ve never seen them before […]

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Entoview Series | Lee Cadesky from One Hop Kitchen

In this episode of The Ento Podcast Entoview series I talk to Lee Cadesky from One Hope Kitchen and C-Fu Foods. Lee Cadesky (@onehopkitchen) is a passionate foodie who along with his brother Eli are founders of C-fu foods and One Hop Kitchen. Using his background in MS in Food Science from Cornell University he created […]

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Entoview series – Lee Cadesky

Join me for the Ento Podcasts first Entoview with Lee Cadesky Lee Cadesky (@onehopkitchen) is a passionate foodie who along with his brother Eli are founders of C-fu foods and One Hop Kitchen. Using his background in MS in Food Science from Cornell University he created Textured Insect Protein (T.I.P previously known as C-fu) which […]

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E31 – The Ento Podcast

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E30 – The Ento Podcast

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E28 – The Ento Podcast

Today on The Ento Podcast we discuss the following news stories. Join Me Today As We Go Through This Weeks News Stories… ?  Insects could be a much more lucrative industry in the US if Americans moved past their aversion to bugs ?  Fish Factor: Lots of Chums, Halibut Dock Price Down, Insect Based Fish […]

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E29 – The Ento Podcast

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E27 – The Ento Podcast

Today on The Ento Podcast we discuss the following news stories. Join Me Today As We Go Through This Weeks News Stories… ?  How to provide a protein-rich diet to a growing population ?  Most Of The World Eats Bugs; The Nordic Food Lab Thinks You Should, Too  ?  A bug eating festival is coming […]

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#18

Today on The Ento Podcast we discuss the following news stories. Join Me Today As We Go Through This Weeks News Stories… ?  This Summer, Try Termite Chocolate Sprinkles on Your Ice Cream  ?  Ilona Amos: Eating with the planet in mind offers food for thought  ?  Bloke scoffs 3LB INSECTS in FIVE MINUTES in […]

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#19 – The Ento Podcast

Today on The Ento Podcast we discuss the following news stories. Join Me Today As We Go Through This Weeks News Stories? ?  EU regulation approving insects in aqua feed comes into play ?  How Roskilde Festival might save the planet using moth larvae mayo and cricket lemonade  ?  Taste for insects takes wing thanks […]

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#20 – The Ento Podcast

Today on The Ento Podcast we discuss the following news stories. Join Me Today As We Go Through This Weeks News Stories? ?  Melbourne Biotech Company breeds flies to tackle world’s waste problem  ?  Edible insects can help solve hunger and improve nutrition in Sumatra: Study Resources for today’s show? ?   Food navigator Asia ?    ABC News […]

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#21 – The Ento Podcast

Today on The Ento Podcast we discuss the following news stories. Join Me Today As We Go Through This Weeks News Stories? ?  Bugs and personalised medical foods are among future food predictions ?  Polish scientists have been experimenting with ways to make insects appetising Resources for today’s show? ?    Quartz ?    Stuff ?    One Hop […]

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#22

Today on The Ento Podcast we discuss the following news stories. Join Me Today As We Go Through This Weeks News Stories… ?  Bug Eater Visits Library ?  Bugs, for people, are on the menu at Pittsburgh Zoo ?  The race to feed insects to livestock, pets and people Resources for today’s show? ?   Courant ?   Plate […]

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#23

Today on The Ento Podcast we discuss the following news stories. Join Me Today As We Go Through This Weeks News Stories… ?  These Restaurants Really Want You to Eat Edible Bugs  ?  The Auckland Food Show: Five weird things to try  ?  University scientists bake biscuits using ground-up CRICKETS as they claim eating insects […]

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#24

Join Me Today As We Go Through This Weeks News Stories? ?  Meeting Australia’s best chefs at the Noosa Food & Wine Festival  ?  Insects a delicacy for Vietnamese foodies  ?  Why we should be making a meal out of mealworms Resources for today’s show? ?   Independent ?   new.com.au ?   Vietnam net ?   Livin Farms Sponsors of the Day […]

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Episode 25

Join Me Today As We Go Through This Weeks News Stories… ?  Worm burgers coming to a diner near you? A first taste in Brussels   ?  This Is Why People Are Eating Cricket Protein Powder Before Their Workouts  ?  Europe’s Largest Industrial-Scale Insect-Processing Plant Will Focus on Producing Black Soldier Flies for Animal Nutrition ? […]

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Episode 26

Today on The Ento Podcast we discuss the following news stories. Join Me Today As We Go Through This Weeks News Stories? ?  At the PNE: Crunchy cricket burgers clicking with fairgoers  ?  Entocycle uses larvae to fuel a more sustainable food chain ?  This Giant Automated Cricket Farm Is Designed To Make Bugs A […]

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#17

Today on The Ento Podcast we discuss the following news stories. Join Me Today As We Go Through This Weeks News Stories? ?  Adventurous eaters enjoy novelty, nutritional benefits of insects  ?  Eat whales ? not insects ? if you want to save the planet  ?  Diabetic finds insects make a better diet  ?  Would […]

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#16

Today on The Ento Podcast we discuss the following news stories. Join Me Today As We Go Through This Weeks News Stories… ?  Mealworm cookie or cricket energy bar? ?  Edible bugs business says ‘it’s growing’ but What Next finds most Kiwis not tempted  ?  Black Soldier Fly: Insect that can turn farm waste into […]

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#15

Today on The Ento Podcast we discuss the following news stories. Join Me Today As We Go Through This Weeks News Stories… ?   Why You Should Let Maggots Feast On Your Leftover Food ?   Adelaide University researchers ask Adelaide Central Market shoppers to taste insects for a food study ?   In Austin this weekend the […]

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#13

Today on The Ento Podcast we discuss the following news stories. Join Me Today As We Go Through This Weeks News Stories… ?    St John’s College cooks up a three-course dinner using insects ?    How Eating Giant Hornets & Cheese Lavae could solve the Global Food Crisis ?    Insects Are Making Their Way Into the […]

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Welcome to The Ento Podcast.

This is the podcast for people interested in the use of insects as food (Entomophagy) and entomology[wpurp-searchable-recipe]Welcome to The Ento Podcast. – – – [/wpurp-searchable-recipe]

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Finnish researchers develop food ingredients based on insects

Technical Research Center of Finland, VTT has developed food ingredients from mealworms and crickets, which are expected to be used in food processing in the future. The raw materials based in insects can be used to produce meatballs and falafel, said VTT in a press release issued on Thursday. Researchers at VTT have developed a […]

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Researchers still insisting that people in the U.S. will eat bugs for protein

For most folks in the United States and Europe, the thought of eating bugs is repulsive. For the majority of people everywhere else, it’s just part of life. And while crunching on a cricket or slurping down a grub (ala Simba in Lion King) seems like something only people on Fear Factor would consider, the […]

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INSECT FOOD GROUP WILL BUILD BUZZ IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

The ASEAN Food and Feed Insects Association, which will represent insect food manufacturers in Southeast Asia, hopes to make an impact on both public awareness and industry standards. One of its cofounders says the group’s agenda may be an easier sell in that part of the world. The edible bug industry is looking for some […]

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Insect pasta sauce makers want you to eat bugs

TORONTO — Imagine grabbing a mealworm powder smoothie for breakfast, snacking on chocolate chip and cricket cookies at work and coming home to a big bowl of pasta drenched in a cricket bolognese sauce. A number of entrepreneurs are banking on this environmentally friendly, nutritionally dense protein hopping into the average Joe’s diet and are […]

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