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Chameleon Spit Is Hundreds Of Times More Viscous Than Human Spit
And they use it to catch prey
Move Over, Canola: Your Next Recipe Might Call For Insect Oil
Crickets are good for more than just protein
The Rise Of The Incredible Edible Insect
Start-ups are marketing an unlikely new protein. It’s nutrient-rich, all natural, and six-legged.
The Environmental Benefits Of Eating Crickets Vs. Chicken: It’s Complicated
In recent years, foodies and earth-conscious eaters alike have grown increasingly interested in entomophagy (for the uninitiated, that’s the practice...
I Chomped My Way Through Five Courses of Horrifying Bugs
And liked it!
C-Fu: The Tofu Made Of 100 Percent Mealworm Protein
Fry it up with some sesame oil and ginger
The Week In Numbers: Sneaky Penguin Cars, Bullets For 3-D Printed Guns, And The Birth Of A Planetary System
Plus a taste of crunchy crickets
A Taste Test Of Bug-Filled Protein Bars [Video]
We blindfolded Popular Science staff members and made them eat crickety treats.
How To Raise Your Own Edible Crickets
Plus a recipe for turning them into a tasty treat
Raise Your Own Edible Crickets
In April, Big Cricket Farms became the first U.S. company to raise insects for human consumption. It’s no surprise crickets...