Not so sure about that last one, but you can bet I'm gonna try it.
One thing we won't be cooking at Yosemite is bugs.
Much to the United Nations' chagrin.
The U.N. recently released a study arguing that we should all have more insects in our diet, to which Sierra magazine said, "We couldn't agree more!"
I'm a fairly adventurous eater, but prefer to keep my options limited to, well, food.
But "Bug Chef" David George Gordon says I'm missing out.
"Only over the last five years have people started taking seriously the idea that bugs can be an everyday source of protein," Gordon told Sierra in a cover story touting the U.N. report. As an ingredient, he said, insects are starting to gain some traction.
A healthy, nutritious alternative to mainstream staples such as chicken, beef, pork and fish - so says the report - edible insects are environmentally friendly and in abundant supply.
Stir-fried cicadas? No thanks.
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