CBS New York highlights anthropology students’ edible cricket initiative

 

 

Madeline Guman, a freshman physician assistant major from Trumbull, tastes Crunchy Cricket Salsa on April 1 at the Carl Hansen Student Center at Quinnipiac University.

Madeline Guman, a freshman physician assistant major from Trumbull, tastes Crunchy Cricket Salsa on April 1 at the Carl Hansen Student Center at Quinnipiac University.

CBS New York highlighted a group of anthropology students in the College of Arts and Sciences at Quinnipiac University who encouraged others to challenge food taboos by trying various food with crickets baked into them.

“We’ll have some protein bar samples,” Professor Julia Giblin told CBS New York. “We’re going to do some smoothies, some sort of health smoothies with insect protein. And we might go for a little exotic stuff, so maybe some chocolate-covered insects.”

See the full story at CBS New York.


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