Whitetails were first imported to Finland from Minnesota in 1934. From that one buck and his four does, the population has grown massively and these days the annual harvest is over 20,000 animals. We live in the heart of the Finnish whitetail area and therefore whitetail hunting is closest to our hearts. Ville took the
“Why don’t Westerners eat insects?”
Over the past three years a team from the Copenhagen-based, Nordic Food Lab travelled the world to learn what some of the two billion people who already eat insects have to say.
During their journey the team forage, farm, cook and taste everything from termite queens and honey ants to venomous giant hornets and long-horned grasshoppers.
Are insects the new superfood that will fix all our problems of global food security?
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