[R]aising livestock uses a lot of resources. Eating insects—already common in many tropical countries—could be an alternative. Beetles and crickets, for example, are packed with nutrients and provide protein at a low environmental cost. . . .To disguise their form, insects can be processed into powders or pastes. . . . Protein-rich “bug-flours” that are part flour and part ground insect will likely be on the market soon.
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