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Eat Ze Bugs!


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2022 Jun 17, 8:46pm   6,618 views  66 comments

by AmericanKulak   ➕follow (9)   💰tip   ignore  

New 9000 ton cricket food facility opens in Canada.


Don't expect light planes to crash into it.

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1   FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden   2022 Jun 17, 8:49pm  

why stop fucking people, when they willingly accept being fucked?
2   Hircus   2022 Jun 17, 9:03pm  

Just in time to save the day by supplying direly needed nourishment to a starving society.

We should all praise them for feeding us bugs during this period of really bad luck where food processors seem to keep oddly blowing up every day, causing a shortage.

"Dont be selfish. Replace 20% of your meat with bugs."

"Whyte supremacists are hoarding all the beef and chicken, and leaving nothing but Cricket Pâté for the black people. They do it because they hate black people."

"Having trouble getting your child to eat their tube of bug paste? This is because whyte supremacy has influenced them into thinking the food is low status. We must stop whyte supremacy."
3   Hircus   2022 Jun 17, 9:06pm  








"the most sustainable SUPERFOOD"



6   AmericanKulak   2022 Jul 5, 10:22pm  

WEF Chef Joseph Yoon explains the need to Eat Ze Bugs from his Brooklyn Restaurant
https://nitter.pussthecat.org/backtolife_2023/status/1543972668772421638#m
10   AmericanKulak   2022 Aug 19, 10:48am  

AmericanKulak says



https://redirect.invidious.io/watch?v=e3UqLAtdZ04

Reposting this - here's a famous Hollywood actress being paid to talk up "Eating Ze Bugs". Predictive Programming.
12   AmericanKulak   2022 Aug 19, 11:33am  

Crickets and I think Cochroaches have chitin or whatever made of the same tissue as shellfish, which can trigger an allergic reaction in some, possibly fatal.
13   Patrick   2022 Aug 24, 1:05pm  

https://rwmalonemd.substack.com/p/eating-bugs-lets-dig-into-it


Risks to eating crickets?

One of the biggest issues is that crickets have been shown to be carriers of various pathogens

One study found parasites in more than 81% of the insect farms. In 30% of those cases, those parasites found could potentially cause disease in humans
14   HeadSet   2022 Aug 24, 1:28pm  

Patrick says

One study found parasites in more than 81% of the insect farms. In 30% of those cases, those parasites found could potentially cause disease in humans

Hmm, now they may suggest switching to roaches. How about rats?
16   zzyzzx   2022 Aug 25, 10:19am  

Patrick says

https://rwmalonemd.substack.com/p/eating-bugs-lets-dig-into-it



Risks to eating crickets?

One of the biggest issues is that crickets have been shown to be carriers of various pathogens

One study found parasites in more than 81% of the insect farms. In 30% of those cases, those parasites found could potentially cause disease in humans



Don't people in 3rd world countries eat bugs all the time?
17   Patrick   2022 Aug 25, 12:09pm  

I believe most parasite infections are also in 3rd world countries.
18   Onvacation   2022 Aug 25, 5:04pm  

HeadSet says

How about rats?

Not much good meat on a rat. I hear they taste like squirrel.
19   Onvacation   2022 Aug 25, 5:09pm  

I don't think they'll enforce the rooster laws if people start getting hungry.

Chickens are excellent sources of protein and relatively easy to produce. They eat bugs too.
20   Patrick   2022 Aug 25, 8:43pm  

Chickens are amazing. They grow really fast, lay eggs (well, half of them do), and thrive on grass and bugs.

Downsides are the shit they produce (great fertilizer though) and the need to keep them safe from raccoons and the like.
22   Hircus   2022 Sep 20, 6:01pm  

Just submit.

Enjoy your Hoppy Brand tube of cricket paste. Like cheese wiz on a cracker, but you get to virtue signal about how amazing you are for the planet.
23   clambo   2022 Sep 20, 6:03pm  

They eat crickets in Mexico, particularly in Oaxaca.
They're called "chapulines".
I've had them; they tasted like nothing but they're prepared with some stuff which reminds me of Maggi sauce (like wheat soy sauce).
The trick is don't look when you eat one.
24   AD   2022 Sep 20, 11:03pm  

Patrick says

Chickens are amazing. They grow really fast, lay eggs


I know in places like Virginia, we were using invasive species bugs like stinkbugs to feed egg-laying chickens. I used the chicken manure as fertilizer for my fruit orchards (berries, peaches, and apples).

A cricket-paste factory like the Ontario, Canada one mentioned above would be ideal for supporting chicken egg industry, as well as fish farming and shrimp farming.

The article about the cricket-paste factory said it was for pet food. I think for a dog you can feed it grains like brown rice and barley, that have some protein. We give our dogs broccoli, cauliflower and potatoes, including sweet potatoes.

I know dogs can eat peanut butter also for protein, as long as it does not have synthetic sugar, and carefully fed so they don't eat too much to risk choking.

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27   Patrick   2023 Jan 24, 7:42am  

https://notthebee.com/article/eu-approves-delicious-cricket-powder-to-be-mixed-into-various-flours-for-you-peasants


EU approves delicious cricket powder to be mixed into various flours for you peasants
28   Eric Holder   2023 Jan 24, 12:34pm  

HeadSet says

How about rats?


They eat guinea pigs in Peru, don't they?
32   richwicks   2023 Feb 4, 12:41am  

ad says

We give our dogs broccoli


@ad - be careful with broccoli, I've HEARD that it's not good for dogs. Some cows cannot eat the stuff.
33   just_passing_through   2023 Feb 4, 1:01pm  

broccoli and other cruciferous have some powerful molecules in them but in particular broccoli. When you chew it (and it hasn't been cooked) it creates sulforaphane, which is why I grow and eat broccoli sprouts -> ~100x more sulforaphane than mature broccoli. I've literally seen people grow and feed the sprouts to their dogs. Not that @richwicks is wrong, I don't know but I've definitely seen people do that.
34   just_passing_through   2023 Feb 4, 1:01pm  

I would bet thoroughly cooked broccoli is fine for dogs.
36   AD   2023 Feb 11, 11:07pm  

richwicks says


ad - be careful with broccoli, I've HEARD that it's not good for dogs. Some cows cannot eat the stuff.


Rich, the American Kennel Club says it is okay in moderation.
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39   HeadSet   2023 Mar 25, 7:38pm  

Patrick says





I would gladly eat bugs off those tits!
40   BayArea   2023 Mar 25, 7:40pm  

Patrick says






Gold star if you can name her.

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