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Grasshoppers for dinner


grasshoppers.jpgWell, they're tiny, so maybe they're an appetizer. And Giacomo Panico found out it's best to have a glass of water at hand when chowing down, because they're a bit heavy on the salt when prepared for human consumption. His insect snacks arrived courtesy of Gabe Mott of the Aspire Food Group, which is looking at how insects can be used to address hunger in urban slums.


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