Eating Crickets: Benefits and Downsides

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Entomophagy, or eating insects, is a practice that dates back to prehistoric times.

Crickets are one of the most common insects people consume. Products containing cricket protein have grown in popularity due to consumer demand for more sustainable protein options.

Insects like crickets are rich in nutrients, especially protein, and may be more sustainable than other protein sources, such as beef.

However, some people aren’t comfortable eating crickets because they’re concerned about food

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Healthy Eating: Almond date balls a nutritious, delicious snack

I’ve grown slightly weary of cooking full deal meals.  My tendency these days is to prepare a big pot of soup or stew, a  casserole or a piece of protein and some sides that I can call dinner for at least two or three nights. Everyone is on their own for breakfast or lunch.

Lately I have been eating small meals or snacks throughout the day. I call it “snackertainment”!  I rarely wake up ravenous and as the day moves along my appetite picks up a bit. Fruit, cheese and crackers is a favorite at mid-day. It’s easy, quick and

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The One Food Everyone’s Eating at Breakfast

Ah, the beloved pancake. It’s a staple of weekend brunches with friends and Sunday morning stacks with family. Piled high and oozing syrupy goodness, it’s hard not to love flapjacks. But while they may be delicious, traditional pancakes are less than what you’d call a “healthy breakfast.”

Made with refined white flour and little else, pancakes offer minimal health benefits. Rather than filling you up with fiber and nourishing you with micronutrients, pancakes are loaded down with calories—especially if you’re eating these sugar-filled versions. And pancakes aren’t just unhealthy on their own—it’s also the “pancake syrup” you’re putting on top

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The idli dosa batter goes popular as eating out becomes rare in the pandemic

The pandemic has spurred consumer demand for the idli and dosa batter that ranks high on convenience and hygiene

How many idlis can you make with one lakh kilograms of batter? At the world’s largest idli and dosa batter preparation and packaging plant they are busy to do the math, given the soaring demand. For the record it is approximately 20 lakh idlis. Built by Bengaluru-based iD Fresh Food, the fully automated Giant Home Kitchen was inaugurated on World Idli Day, March 31, in Anekal, Karnataka. With more people staying at home, as a result of the global pandemic, idli

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How Cleveland Is Eating Now










From fried chicken, casual pop-up options and new local chefs to watch, the Cleveland food scene is finding new ways to thrive. Plus, the up-and-coming chefs we’re most excited about.

Eating out used to be so straightforward, didn’t it? You could pop into your favorite restaurant, place an order and kick back and relax with a great meal and not a worry in the world. In the past year, though, in-person dining has taken a hit with many of our favorites closing,

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16 Customers Sick After Eating At This Sandwich Chain

A new case of suspected food poisoning at a major fast-food chain is being investigated in Illinois. According to the latest reports, several customers have fallen ill after eating at a Jimmy John’s location in Bloomington.

Food Safety News reports that there have been at least 16 cases of illness, 15 of which were student athletes from Illinois State University’s lacrosse team. According to iwaspoisoned.com, a website used for reporting cases of food poisoning, several of them required hospital treatment for fluid replacement because of severe vomiting and diarrhea.

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