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In Costa Rica, Nutritionists Push Diet Of Worms And Insects

In sauces and on skewers, critters that crawled and worms that squirmed are increasingly seen as a thrifty source of protein for people in the developing world -- and beyond.

In Costa Rica, Nutritionists Push Diet Of Worms And Insects

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Photo of a Javanese Hindus parade in front of temples in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, as part of new year’s eve celebrations in Bali.

Javanese Hindus parade in front of temples in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, as part of new year’s eve celebrations in Bali.

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Welcome to Wednesday, where Xi Jinping leaves Moscow after pledging to “shape a new world order” with Vladimir Putin, Boris Johnson’s “Partygate” hearing opens and Google rolls out its Bard chatbot. Meanwhile, Anna Akage surveys experts on the likelihood that the Russian president is using a doppelgänger for public appearances.

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