Would You Eat Bugs To Save Gaia From Globull Warming?

They’re just like greasy, grainy bacon bits!

James Traniello not only studies bugs, but he’s eaten them, too.

“I’ve had dips made with crickets and ate a honeypot ant in the Arizona desert,” says the College of Arts & Sciences biology professor. The culinary experiment, “sort of a ritual” for ant researchers like himself, delivered this verdict: “The cricket dip was unremarkable; the honeypot ant was sweet, as these workers store sugary secretions.”

While Traniello’s tastes might seem dangerously adventurous to many, he’s not alone. No less a body than the United Nations is among a growing crowd of experts endorsing the nutritional, environmental, and gustatory joys of entomophagy, or insect-eating.

And here we go!

There’s another benefit: in our era of global warming worries, bug-growing is more environmentally benign than raising livestock, an industry that contributes almost one-fifth of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions, according to Time. It takes 869 gallons of water to produce a third of a pound of beef, versus much less for the same amount of grasshoppers.

See? It takes “much less!” So, all you Warmists know what to do: stop eating meat and eat bugs. The fate of the planet is in your hands, you must do your part. This is something easy for you to do, instead of always wanting everyone else to Do Something.

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5 Responses to “Would You Eat Bugs To Save Gaia From Globull Warming?”

  1. Rob in Katy says:

    I will take warming over cooling any day! Tough to grow crops under 16″ of snow. Besides, if I remember right, there were dinosaurs during the last tropical era, not so much in the last ice age. Ask your stupid AGW nut about that next time you are forced to speak with one.

  2. Good points. Of course, in Warmist Land, it’s not about the actual outcome, it is about forcing Someone Else to change their lives. That’s why they never answer the question as to what is the optimal temperature.

  3. Rob in Katy says:

    LOL, I will remmeber that line the next time I run into a GW Nut. Well, specificly what tempreture would you like it to be? And is that an African or European tempreture?

  4. Mike says:

    I’ll be damned if I’m going to eat bait! That includes Crickets, worms and little fishies like anchovies, ect.


  5. Rob in Katy says:

    Not when there are perfectly good AGW nuts that are unarmed! I just have to poke fun at the sheep telling the wolves what to do. At some point the wolf will get tired of putting up with their bullshit, then the sheep get eaten.

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