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    Beetleburgers could soon reach mass production helping to feed the world

    “Mixed with sugar, the beetles supposedly taste just like real meat. They could also become alternatives to sausages or chicken nuggets.”
    PARIS — Beetleburgers could soon be helping to feed the world, according to new research. The creepy crawlers’ larvae — better known as mealworms — could act as a meat alternative to alleviate hunger worldwide. The process uses a fraction of the land and water and emits a smaller carbon footprint in comparison of traditional farming.
    To make this a reality, French biotech company Ynsect is planning a global network of insect farms, including nurseries and slaughterhouses. A pilot plant has already been been set up at Dole in the Bourgogne-Franche-Comte region of France

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    Filet Mignon for the Globalists; Beetle Burgers for you!
    Sorry globalists I'm not eating maggot beetles.

    I hope the rich people enjoy all their beetleburgers. For myself, such glamorous food is more than I feel than I deserve.

    You don’t seriously think THEY will be eating beetleburgers, do you? WE will have them while they dine high off the hog — or the cow.


    I’ll take 2 Beetleburgers with roach sauce

    I’ll pass. Let Greta Thurnberg eat them.

    I'll only eat real meat - Waiter, a McBiden Ratburger with cheese, please! And some Soylent Green Fries with Brawndo to wash it down!

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    Re: Beetleburgers could soon reach mass production helping to feed the world

    Brawndo's got electrolytes.

    Allegedly, many bugs also carry parasites that can cause issues for humans - would cooking destroy all?
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    Re: Beetleburgers could soon reach mass production helping to feed the world

    I wonder how PETA feels about the insect burger revolution. It's definitely going to slow down the fake meat push. But most likely they will just stay silent because they're frauds anyway.

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    Re: Beetleburgers could soon reach mass production helping to feed the world

    Beetleburgers?

    No thanks.

    I'd sooner have Beetlejuice:

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    Re: Beetleburgers could soon reach mass production helping to feed the world

    Cows weren't meant to eat beef (mad cow disease).

    People weren't meant to eat bugs (mad people disease).

    Let them have their overheated lithium battery fires on their way to Bugburger's to eat their bugmeat while praising themselves for their carbon neutral existence while they smash up their hickory meat smoker.
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    Re: Beetleburgers could soon reach mass production helping to feed the world

    Safari guide Peter Hathway Capstick said his men regularly ate some kind of mealworms. He claims they were tasty, but I'll take his word for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris007 View Post
    I wonder how PETA feels about the insect burger revolution. It's definitely going to slow down the fake meat push. But most likely they will just stay silent because they're frauds anyway.
    PETA would be just as against eating beetles. I'm against eating them too, but not because I'm worried about their lives, but rather that's fucking gross. I will concede to PETA one point. If meat were not available, I wouldn't try to replace it with bugs. I would just eat vegetarian options like a bean burrito or split-pea soup until meat were available again and I knew it was safe.

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    Re: Beetleburgers could soon reach mass production helping to feed the world

    Hey, if you are against eating beetles, how about some Cambodian Fried Tarantulas? Double plus good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TigPlaze View Post
    PETA would be just as against eating beetles. I'm against eating them too, but not because I'm worried about their lives, but rather that's fucking gross. I will concede to PETA one point. If meat were not available, I wouldn't try to replace it with bugs. I would just eat vegetarian options like a bean burrito or split-pea soup until meat were available again and I knew it was safe.

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    Re: Beetleburgers could soon reach mass production helping to feed the world

    It's already here....

    Cricket Protein Farming For Cricket Powder Production - Aspire Food Group (aspirefg.com)

    Aspire: Global Leader in Farming Edible Insects - YouTube

    It's just a matter of pricing real meat out of the market then phasing it out... Why did Bill Gates buy so much farmland???

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    Re: Beetleburgers could soon reach mass production helping to feed the world

    Quote Originally Posted by TigPlaze View Post
    PETA would be just as against eating beetles. I'm against eating them too, but not because I'm worried about their lives, but rather that's fucking gross. I will concede to PETA one point. If meat were not available, I wouldn't try to replace it with bugs. I would just eat vegetarian options like a bean burrito or split-pea soup until meat were available again and I knew it was safe.
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    Re: Beetleburgers could soon reach mass production helping to feed the world

    Entomophagy in humans - Wikipedia Human's have eaten insects since the beginning of time so I don't know what all the fuss is about. People should be far more concerned about masses of junk food and sugary drinks that are ultimately crippling our health service.

    All this backlash against "eating bugs" seems to come from the same group of people and is an example of the point I made in another thread. The left acts like the issues that literally destroy men don't exist, the right exploits and profits off them with false gurus (goingyourownway.com) If the likes of Andrew Tate were promoting the eating of insects none of these people would have a problem with it, (and probably some on the extreme left would disagree with him by default)

    Seem similar issues on here regarding food before, a lot of people seem to think we can feed a 21st century population with 19th century farming processes.
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    Re: Beetleburgers could soon reach mass production helping to feed the world

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    Cows weren't meant to eat beef (mad cow disease).

    People weren't meant to eat bugs (mad people disease).

    Let them have their overheated lithium battery fires on their way to Bugburger's to eat their bugmeat while praising themselves for their carbon neutral existence while they smash up their hickory meat smoker.
    I remember when that actually happened! They started to have cows force eat beef, and a disease came out. What idiot does that to their own cows??

    COWS AREN'T MEANT TO EAT BEEF!!!

    However, according to the bible, John the Baptist ate locusts with honey. it's a fact that he did eat that kind of bugs. But that depends what kinds of bug you're suppose to eat and not eat.


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