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Are Bugs the Workout Protein of the Future?
Aly Moore on why insects are the fitness fuel of the future.
The VICE Guide To Right Now
What Happens to Your Body When You Die
Lee explains what happens when you die.
Eating Caterpillars for Protein with a Pro Football Player
Jabar Westerman of the Montreal Alouettes used to be a vegan, but he found it difficult to get all of the protein that he needed in one meal. So instead of turning to traditional meat or chicken, he began eating caterpillars.
This Football Player Is on a High-Caterpillar Diet
Pro football player Jabar Westerman eats caterpillars every day. The otherwise vegan athlete says the insects are one of his biggest sources of protein. We went to Jabar's place as he made spaghetti and caterpillar balls for a skeptical teammate.
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Nicole Kidman Eats Bugs
Nicole Kidman eats some bugs for Vanity Fair. We don't get it either.
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China's Edible Insect Industry (Part 2/2)
We trekked to China to explore the country's edible insect industry and explored the financial and sustainability benefits of harvesting and cooking up bugs.
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Inside China's Bug-Eating Industry (Part 1/2)
We visit the capital of China's edible insect industry to check out a bug market, visit a wasp farm, and dine with a local chef who specializes in cuisine that places insects at the center of every dish.
Cyborg Beetles in Singapore
In the future, we may have remote controlled insects to reach places humans cannot. At least that's what Dr. Hirotaka Sato, an aerospace engineer from Singapore is hoping.
The Sushi Chef
Experimental Insect Sushi Rolls with Miya's of New Haven
This is definitely not your typical sushi restaurant.
Are Cricket Hot Dogs the Future of Food?
Motherboard's Jordan Pearson went to sample some crunchy bug dishes to see if we'll be able to stomach it.