11 Foods That Are Changing the World

Menu highlights: insect tacos, rice that stops blindness and noodles that can be "printed" in space.

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tajwali
tajwali

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HashemTawil
HashemTawil

Actually is especially true chocolate are wonderful stimulant to the heart muscle goesgloom and worry anddepression

And is available in abundance in Switzerland and Austria and Italy 100% real chocolate
But they say the chocolate tree will become extinct in 2050? Is this reasonable will losetaste
And taste wonderful :  Chocolate pleasure life   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RBXfBGA2hSA

trout
trout

There is a word for eating uncooked freshwater fish:: stupid !

A good way to get some really nasty parasites like liver flukes.

Chosun1
Chosun1

Seaweed is not like bread in Korea.  It is added to rice, eaten as a snack and used in soups, etc.  It is a non-filling snack or an ingredient used in a few foods.  Seaweed certainly isn't close to being a staple of the diet here.  There is nothing like bread in Korea.   Heck, even the bread here (I am a Korean resident) is arguably not really bread.  ; )

aliberaldoseofskepticism
aliberaldoseofskepticism

Care if I offer you a peach, dear brother? Nobody wants the stem cell burger. Vegetarians won't eat it because it's made in a lab, involves the use of animal stem cells, and involves slaughtering additional animals to nourish said stem cells. And world hunger? It costs over 300 grand. (Presumably, you'd have to take a second mortgage for the fries.)

Sardines are still cured with a lot of salt, so it's disingenuous to say they lower blood pressure.

And the PlumpyNut, so long as it uses palm oil, is just robbing Peter to pay Paul, seeing the amount of deforestation and slavery involved in the palm oil industry.

zzlatz
zzlatz

what basically it is, is promoting GMO and crap-food.

"changing the world"...???

I don't think so.

Majority of people today are not eating this garbage.

LindaKaye
LindaKaye

I you wanted me to read the whole article, you really should not have started w/ "Grasshopper Taco"...

BorisIII
BorisIII

Another way to cure world hunger is to get ride of all dictators.

DeweySayenoff
DeweySayenoff

@BorisIII This is going to sound facetious, and isn't.  It's a numbers game we have here.  If there is sufficient food for everyone, you're correct.  But with dwindling stocks and sustainability, the time is coming when we will need fewer people in order to feed everyone.  Dictators tend to help that situation by killing off people.

So whether or not your suggestion has merit really depends on how much food we have to go around in the first place.