Insects: The New Sustainable Food Source!

Most people from North America and Europe have an aversion to eating insects. It’s called Entomophagy and it is some countries main source of protein. Countries such as Thailand, Ghana, Mexico and China eat insects on a daily basis as a cheap, renewable, low-fat form of protein. In the United States, we boycott companies because we find out that artificial red coloring comes from beetle shells. Then we turn around and our current food sources aren’t sustainable. If you want an inexpensive, sustainable source of protein, insects should be the first thing that come to mind. Continue reading “Insects: The New Sustainable Food Source!”


Eating Food Past The Expiration Date

Most people look at the expiration on packaged food and if it’s one day past the expiration date, in the trash it goes. We waste tons of food, especially here in the States, tossing out food that is still good because of the date that is printed on the package. Continue reading “Eating Food Past The Expiration Date”