If they made a burger of it sure. As long as it's okay looking to the eye and not all legs and eyes. :P
Oooooooorrrrrrrrr..... we could let people find cheaper and faster ways of producing food instead of banning every attempt that pops up. Or outright burning tons of crops in order to keep the price of food high for farmers, which has happened in the US before (looking at you FDR!).
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0H3-N9zoI5c Amazing video of 60+ devilsaurs raiding Undercity!
My God, what a horrible creation. People seeing what they want? Thank God they tried to shy away from that. I know it pisses me off when I'm in an heroic raid, yet in the back of my head all I can think is 'some casual player is playing a heroic dungeon and not wiping.' -Vodkarn
Am i the only person that thinks it tastes nice? :S
It's a misnomer that when it comes to world hunger, there isn't enough food. In reality, there's more than enough food for everyone (be it naturally grown or artificially synthesized). The food is just not being properly distributed. Wanna fight world hunger, UN? Make sure the food actually goes to the people and not just dump it on a truck with a UN sticker on it and hope marauders won't attack it.
Why not just import edible insects to nations that are already struggling with starvation?
if they sold them here i would try... i try pretty much any food.
dragonmaw - EU
GC : We try very hard not to monkey around with things just for the sake of changing, but it's easy to play the "I didn't see feedback on X, therefore there wasn't feedback on X" card.
The ultimate feminism move to liberate all the women from penis, will be EXCISION.
"Why do we fight? To protect home and family, to preserve balance and bring harmony. For my kind the true question is, what is worth fighting for?"
You know, cats and dogs are also made of meat. We don't seem to be showing any remorse for killing other animals for food.
Moreover, those highly regarded "western" countries usually throw a big portion of their food (both at the consumer end and the retailer end). I have seen it firsthand in Denmark, but I am pretty sure they are not alone in that habit.
If you want to solve the world's food problems, you first have to start seeing food for what it is - a FINITE resource that you shouldn't throw away unless it is spoiled/unsafe to eat.
"And comes he slow, or comes he fast, it is but death who comes at last." -Sir Walter Scott