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OUT OF FOOD BUT NEVER OUT OF INSECTS!!!

Our immediate reactions when we see an insect crawling …we yell out, or run after it to coax life out
of that poor little creature by all means, or just shun it away without paying any heed to it. Answer
me honestly here, have you ever thought of putting it inside your mouth and tasting it? I bet you
haven’t. So next time you see one hold your heart steady, stretch out your hands generously and
grab some and stuff your mouth with em...haha…could you do that? Read on to find out.
Amidst all food crisis all over the world we were completely ignoring the fact that all things exist on
this planet for a specific purpose to fulfil. Where there is a will there is a way. Why I am saying all
this is the fact that we can eat insects as food. Insects are being consumed by us since time
immemorial, in most parts of the world most famous being China, etc.
There are lots of data and facts regarding insect as food and here comes our (myself Sayan Adhikary,
my friend Suraj Mondal and our Entomology sir respected Dr. Vishal Dhote) idea of opening an
insect as food restaurant with exciting and delicious menus as suppose hopper tandoori, or grilled
hoppers, special hopper leg biryani, etc. A restaurant serving only insect as food.
Share your ideas and views regarding this idea of ours and comment to lets us know what you think
about it on my mail id (do.the.new2014@gmail.com). And based on your support we will be
presenting more information regarding this in concept of ours in future. Thank you all for your
support.
BY- Sayan Adhikari, 6th sem RKMVERI

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