The futuristic inventions designed to help you eat bugs markets in everything

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“By far the best way to eat mealworms” is another insight on tap.

Here is the AtlasObscura story, via the excellent Mark Thorson.

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um... chopsticks perhaps?

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Sophisticated people drink orange curacao and eat veal marsala

Weirdos avoid alcohol and meat

Can real sophistication be such an easy thing?

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And I sayalcohol is bad, meat is good

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At last!!

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Drop the pretenses; listen to clergyman; and use your "natural forks" I say!

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Very cool, but I'd still prefer a little sticky rice chili with my bugs.

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Very cool, but I'd still prefer a little sticky rice and chili with my bugs.

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Gimmicky stunt designed to attract publicity succeeds.

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Eating insects is a feature, not a bug!

+10,000,000

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I expect insects to take the sustainability niche that people are predicting for fake meats. Healthy whole foods and if lobster is a guide, an easy to acquire taste.

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Surely the best way to eat bugs is to process them so as to disguise what one is eating?

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soylent green.

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Because if you're going to eat bugs, you don't want to touch that icky shit with your fingers.

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The American habit of using the word bug to refer to almost any small arthropod is extremely annoying and I wish they'd just stop it. The word bug only refers to certain members of the order hemiptera, specifically the sub-order heteroptera, and any use of the term outside of this precise and clearly defined meaning really bugs me.

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It is ancient. http://mydramatea.com/2013/03/13/zhzm3/

The Manchu also had high heels http://www.cbsnews.com/pictures/a-history-of-high-heels/4/

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