Mealworm with a side of cricket: South Korea hopes to expand on edible insect


Bae Su-Hyeon student As the meals were made just like any other food, I didn’t feel like I was eating insects. This is interesting. I like this. Kim Young-Wook, CEO of Korean Edible Insect Laboratory (KEIL), owner of Papillion’s kitchen If people taste the food and have a good first impression and find it delicious, that’s everything, because taste speaks for itself. Hong Mi-Sun, customer From young people to everyone, regardless of their age and gender, people would like this. And it looks pretty, so pretty. Kim Jong-Hee, insect farmer In the past, people used to shake their heads when they think of bugs, but now more people believe insects are edible and think of this as the future of food.

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