In the post-apocalyptic future, we'll eat rats, mushrooms, and bacteria slime

Pass the ketchup.
What sustainable food sources will there be for us in a post-catastrophic world? (Denkenberger, Pearce/Academic Press)

In the book Feeding Everyone No Matter What, co-author Joshua M. Pearce explores what we'll eat if a global catastrophe wipes out the world's agricultural system. On the menu: mushrooms, rats, and bacteria slime.


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