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Er det ulækkert at spise insekter?
Dit første intinkt er måske at tænke ‘ad’. Men hvis nu du så overvejer, hvordan honning bliver til, eller hvordan en reje ser ud, så er insekter måske slet ikke så slemt igen? See all posts →
Hvem spiser insekter?
Insekter er det nyeste nye inden for madlavning. Eller er det? Verden over er der allerede 2 milliarder mennesker, der spiser insekter på daglig basis. Men hvem er de? Og hvordan bærer de sig ad? See all posts →
Feed the World
Posted by Jen Stout · August 29, 2016 6:30 PM
If the phrase ‘Feed the World!’ provokes in you a sense of hopeless cynicism and unwelcome Bob Geldof memories, you’re probably not alone. But the idea that edible insects might be the ‘solution’ has been gaining notoriety in recent years, since the UN published its rallying cry in 2013. Packed with healthy fats, nutrients and protein and easy to rear, bugs are a potential answer to food shortage, or so the argument goes. Dig deeper →
Er insekter sunde?
Som med alt andet mad, så er nøglen til at spise sundt, at man spiser balanceret. Ej heller insekter er super mad, der kan komme med en magisk løsning. See all posts →
Talking about 'eating insects'
Posted by Jonas Bruun · August 14, 2016 10:46 AM
Everyone is talking about 'eating insects'. But what does that actually mean and include? A recent paper raises new questions around 'entomophagy'. Dig deeper →
Ancient magic, Nordic Food Lab style
Posted by Jen Stout · April 10, 2016 9:03 PM
Fermentation, an ancient technology, is enjoying popularity as a food trend. Researchers in Copenhagen have given it a new twist: with grasshoppers and waxworms. Dig deeper →
Ban them or boost them? The EU's struggle with edible insects
Posted by Jen Stout · February 22, 2016 10:11 AM
Is it legal to sell edible insects in the EU? How come I can buy edible insects in some EU countries? Is it safe if the regulations aren’t in place yet? Dig deeper →
My search for insects that would feed the world (2)
Posted by Ben Kempas · February 10, 2016 6:28 PM
I kept roaming the vast Expo area in Milan – all those impressive national pavilions showing how the respective countries were “feeding the planet”, as the Universal Exhibition’s theme suggested. Yet all the nations that regularly eat insects – they had somehow decided to hide to the world the fact that they do. Dig deeper →
My search for insects that would feed the world (1)
Posted by Ben Kempas · February 09, 2016 10:51 AM
A couple of months ago, I found myself passing through Milan. It was the time of the Expo – the Universal Exhibition under the theme 'Feeding the Planet'. Surely, edible insects would have to play a big role in the future of food? I went on a mission to finally try some edible insects! Here’s how it went. Dig deeper →
Eating insects is nothing new – but it's also the future. Still, many of us find it disgusting. We’re on a mission to find out more – not to sell you anything. Share our curiosity and join us in exploring a taste of insects!
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Bug of the Week (22)
Delicious honey with no sting: the perfect bee? Meet our BUG OF THE WEEK. Read →
Brug BUGS i under-visningen
"Fascinerende, underholdende, lærerig. Genial for større børn." Sådan skriver Filmmagasinet EKKO i deres anmeldelse af dokumentarfilmen BUGS. Ekstra Bladet supplerer: “Oplagt som pensum i folkeskolens ældre klasser.” Læs →
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