Bug eating

A group of Discovery Academy students set up a bug tasting table Tuesday at the Madison Area Technical College to promote the addition of bugs in diets. The students explained that the bugs are rich in nutrients and are much better for the environment than other foods currently in diets. The group set out multiple bowls of differently seasoned mealworms and crickets for passersby to try. ABOVE: The Discovery Academy students with their project were from left: Shelby Mutter, Mckenna Schmidt, Melvin Carvajao, Nate Reynard, Brandon Peters and Conner Wilson. BELOW LEFT:— Bowls of various seasoned bugs were presented by the students for people to try. People were allowed to try some differently flavored mealworms and crickets including buffalo, honey barbecue and cayenne. BELOW RIGHT: Madison Area Technical College student Erik Bravo, left, tries a mealworm as Discovery Academy students Shelby Mutter looks on, middle, and Mckenna Schmidt look on.

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