He was considering the fact that due to over population and mankinds need for HBV protiens we might be heading towards a society that by neccesity gets some of its protien from bugs.
He kicked off the programming eating a locust stir fry in Bristol, then visted Bart Hogerbrink in the netherlands to taste some cookies made with meal worm flour.
Both recipies sound fine, I think, although steak and chips sounds better.
The fact is that insects are VERY efficient at coonverting what they eat in to protien, WAY WAY WAY more efficient than a cow, sheep, pig or even a chicken.
With meat prices set to double in the next ten years, meat will certainly become a luxury, we will all probably eat less meat
Whether we eat bugs instead is another question I suppose. We could use them to feed fish . . .