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School lunch made from bugs: children in Utah were encouraged to eat insects

Parents at a high school in Nebo County were surprised when their children shared an unusual lesson: They were asked to eat bugs to demonstrate the seriousness of climate change. The idea is to teach children to get their protein from insects, not cows. Artiodactyls emit too much carbon dioxide, which destroys the ecosystem of our planet.

Teacher Kim Cutler did not allow students to make counterarguments. She insisted that eating bugs was good for the environment and children should do it. Parents complained to school officials about Cutler entangling students in the “dark religion of climate change.”


Source: Telegram channel “US NEWS | AMERICA"