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Would You Eat a Cricket Casserole?

Scientists have discovered to key to reducing Big Ag’s carbon footprint — but will anyone want to eat these new superfoods?

Does it really taste like chicken? (Images by Philip and Linda Naudus/yingyang/freepik)

“They’re delicious!”

My wife was trying to convince me to try silkworms. She had grown up eating them, but I was accustomed to “real” food such as pork and chicken. I really…

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where the future is written

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Philip S. Naudus

Philip S. Naudus

High school teacher by day, koala by night. My wife is a cartoonist with a Ph.D., and she co-authors all of these articles.

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