Scientists keep arguing that insects hold the key to the world’s growing demand for protein, and some chefs are taking that to heart. BBC News reports that a number of upscale French restaurants have been adding insects to their menus. In Nice, Michelin-starred Aphrodite offers an “alternative food” menu that includes foie gras along with mealworms and crickets. And in Paris, Le Festin Nu serves palm weevils with beets and truffle oil, water scorpion with preserved ...

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