Like sushi? Soon you’ll be eating bugs

america.aljazeera.com Published: February 28, 2014
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Eating insects or entomophagy—the technical term—is already in practice for over 2 billion people around the world, but making the transition for Americans might take more than some chocolate icing to sweeten the deal.



Harman Johar, Founder of World Entomophagy, says that the transition of using bugs as a viable form of protein in America is going to be “a lot like sushi” in terms of growing on the palate and becoming popular.

Johar adds that there is a visual and psychological aspect to overcome for some people when eating insects.

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