A report from the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations suggests that if more people incorporate insects into their diet, we could reduce world hunger, food shortages, and food insecurity. This February, the Musings team visited an urban insect farm, Tiny Farms, in California and learned from founders Andrew & Jena Brentano how insects have a nutritional value similar to fish, and and have potential to be used as food and fertilizer, as well as a substitute for fish meal used to feed poultry. It may take a while to break the stigma against crickets for human consumption, but the potential for crickets to replace fish meal and prevent overfishing is massive! If you are a brave soul open to pioneering the future of food and trying crickets for yourself — I just suggest you take their legs off first!