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Consumer attitude toward eating insects are usually split explains Skye Blackburn, owner of Australia's largest insect supplier, the Edible Bug Shop in Sydney.High in protein, cheap to produce, and with a much lighter carbon footprint than meat or dairy farming, bugs are already part of the diet for more than 2 billion people worldwide, according to several United Nations studies.Blackburn is leading the charge to change the perception of insects.Back at El Topo, while the bugs remain a hot item among Sydney's experimental diners, it may be some time yet before it becomes a staple in Australian homes.
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