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Host Gloria Macarenko introduces us to an adventuresome eater and author of "The Urban Homesteader Cookbook". Michelle Catherine Nelson eats crickets, invasive weeds, and tree tops in the name of sustainability.

Gloria Macarenko introduces us to an adventuresome eater and author

Author of "The Urban Homesteader Cookbook" has an adventuresome attitude to food 6:25

Michelle Catherine Nelson eats crickets, invasive weeds, and tree tops in the name of sustainability.  

Now you can too. But why would you want to?

Find out what motivates this adventuresome eater and author of "The Urban Homesteader Cookbook."

Watch the video to see Our Vancouver's Gloria Mackarenco chat with Nelson about her rather peculiar culinary predilections.

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