Grow Your Own Insects in the Open Bug Farm (w/ Video)

Buggalo Farm from Futurama

We’ve already come to accept that bugs are the delicious, meaty cows of the future. While there’s some optimism in believing we’ll have stylish, commercially-available grub farms sitting next to our Mr. Coffees in the suburbs when the world comes to accept it, the harsh reality is that we may have to raise our buggy proteins off-the-grid.

How do we do that, exactly?

Our good friends at Sustainablog recently posted a story about the Open Bug Farm- a safe, fast, and efficient way to grow your own high-protein insects fit for human consumption. You know, so we don’t have to eat each other.


Grow Your Own Edible Insects: the Open Bug Farm (via sustainablog)

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