Tastes Like Cricket: Designing A Delicious, Insect-Based Food System
The Ento Box is designed to make you think differently about eating bugs—our most sustainable source of protein—by wrapping them in a sushi-like package.
If you can eat raw fish, you can eat a caterpillar.
If eating is an art form, then insects-as-food remains an experimental genre—at least in the West. But bugs, which are high in protein and low in terms of environmental impact, are a far more sustainable food source than beef or pork. And thanks to four graduate students in London, an evolving concept called Ento, could pave the way for more sustainable food systems.
Would you try an Ento box?