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Veteran Advisor

cattlemen ......your days may numbered

Well me and some of my contacts. There
Is a movement for a more economical
Source of protein, which does not have
much of an ecological impact.

How can you argue with an organic protein
For approximately $1 per pound....
Almost no cholesterol. Very little infrastructure needed to be produced.

Don't laugh....plans to have pre-made
Patty, etc. A very practical system
For 3 ed world country .

Several doctors advocate its use. Due to
High protein, little if any harmful fats
And no carbs.


Mealworms and some other insects

Yum yum

But

They are serious and have some valid points.

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Senior Contributor

Re: cattlemen ......your days may numbered

Sounds like a dog turd would taste better.
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Advisor

Re: cattlemen ......your days may numbered

Can't be a bit worse than monocultural commodity pork.
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Veteran Advisor

Re: cattlemen ......your days may numbered

Ah what I am told, after roasted, do not
Taste bad at all, nutty, alimentary to
Sunflower seeds!

The other one is ground up a little, something
Is mixed in as a binder,,make Patty's, and
fried.....taste like fried mushrooms.

Several restaurants on the east and west
Coast, just serve that kind of stuff...and
Popular !

Don't you remember in boy scouts how
You tasted chocolate covered insects?
(Alot of chocolate)
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Senior Advisor

Re: cattlemen ......your days may numbered

I'll stick with my ribeye's & cheeseburgers.
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Veteran Advisor

Re: cattlemen ......your days may numbered

Ill second that Shaggy!!

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Senior Contributor

Re: cattlemen ......your days may numbered

Sounds like you boys may catch a bad case of worms or maybe worse

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Contributor

Re: cattlemen ......your days may numbered

By chance, it is called Soylent?  A few years ago, a young man developed a food with all the attributes you mention, but I believe it was a liquid.   Why he called it after the protein cracker from the classic movie, Soylent Green, I'll never know.  And, if farmers never saw that 1973 movie with Carlton Heston, they should. 

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