HAS MEAT MET ITS MATCH? 

by Rowan Jacobsen 

Sensitized to the environmental costs of livestock, a new generation eyes options for changing our carnivorous ways. CLICK to read the full article.

​​IN THE NEWS
Them’s The Eats Terra Informa,
Mar 3, 2014

Eating Insects for Dinner Could Save the World Seven Days,Feb 26, 2014

4. Eat Bugs 52 New Things, Feb 26, 2014

Why a Vt. woman wants you to eat insects WCAX News, Feb 18, 2014

How to eat yummy bugs(Recipe)treehugger, Feb 18, 2014

Do I Dare To Eat A Bug? Vermont Edition, VPR, Feb 6, 2014

One meal where bugs do belong, The Times Argus, Dec 2013

Entomophagy Event Comes to Vermont Seven Days, Oct 30, 2013 Read excerpt...

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EATING INSECTS FOR DINNER COULD SAVE THE WORLD
by Ethan de Seife

Rachael Young has been getting a lot of attention for her culinary explorations. But the founder of the pro-entomophagy organization Eat Yummy Bugs is, more than anything, a conservationist. "It informs everything I do," she says.


Much of what Young does these days is spread the word that not only are insects delicious, but eating them on a large scale could have huge health and environmental benefits and open up profitable, sustainable avenues of commercial agriculture. The first step, she says, is to get past the cultural stigma attached to eating insects — a task for which she is well prepared.


Young, 33, knows that the revolution of insect eating will never arrive unless bugs can be prepared in tasty, non-icky ways. Which is why she teamed up with chef Mark Olofson and the adventurous spirits at Burlington's ArtsRiot to host a "bug dinner": a showcase of just how tasty bugs can be. Read more at Seven Days . . .