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Put down your hamburger, and try fly-larvae sausages and locust ice cream

“Would you eat a commercial sausage made from maggots? What about other insect larvae and even whole insects like locusts?”

Those questions were posed by a University of Queensland science professor who has found some stomach-churning, high-concept alternatives to meat and dairy products. The professor, Louwrens Hoffman, said the global livestock industry won’t be able to continue meeting the demand for meat. He said people may soon have to swallow some unusual, but equally delicious, dishes. “The biggest potential for sustainable protein production lies with insects and new plant sources,” he said.

‘Larvae from the black soldier fly are a perfect protein source for chicken production.

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