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INGREDIENT trends Cricket credentials * Nine essential amino acids * Fifteen per cent more iron than spinach * Two times the protein content of beef * As much B12 as salmon * Require 8% of the feed and water compared to beef protein * Produce 1% of the greenhouse gases compared to cows a movement to hold the city's first Grasshopper Festival in 2015 and to form a cooperative to farm them. Ms. Young also wild harvests cornu aspersum snails in Texas, which she calls "the gateway bug." Also known as petit gris - or as the brown garden snail to gardeners who consider them pests - these are edible Mediterranean escargot snails and a viable source of future protein, she explained. the American lexicon that is associated specifically with food." Mr. Crowley has long been focused on dwindling global water resources. His hope is his company is "creating market incentives" that will push folks to develop (and consume) alternative protein sources. "One of the biggest needs that insect protein fills is its easy adaptation to climate change," he said. In the coming year, he hopes to extend the product line to include a water-soluble product to incorporate into beverages. Innovating with crickets In today's marketplace, cricket flour is much less expensive than grasshopper flour (about $40 per lb compared to $157 per lb), making it a go-to when it comes to edible insect innovation. Chapul, the Salt Lake City-based company that proudly "launched the first insect-protein bar in the US" fortified with a signature cricket flour, manufactures the powder in house and sources raw materials from the US and Canada. Patrick Crowley, with a master's degree in hydrology, is founder and majority owner of Chapul. "One of the reasons I chose insects was that there was already an infrastructure for the pet feed industry," Mr. Crowley said. "Some of those cricket farmers have now built extensions to their business. We use the term 'flour' versus 'powder' since it's a more recognizable term in 16 | Culinology | SEPTEMBER 2016 Coffee flour, hemp and spirulina Jon Ernesto, bearer of the title "head merchandising nut" at Nuts.com, Cranford, N.J., is certain coffee flour is poised to take off as the next novel protein-rich ingredient. Coffee flour is produced from coffee berries, a waste product of coffee production - it's the fruit that surrounds the bean; currently, approximately 1.5 billion cubic feet of berries worldwide is going into the waste stream. "So coffee flour creates a new source of revenue for the farmer from something they would have thrown away," Mr. Ernesto said. Nuts.com imports its coffee flour from Guatemala. It may be used for baking and in beverages, in granolas and in chocolates. In fact, according to Mr. Ernesto, there are 4.5 grams of protein in 30 grams of Guatemalan coffee flour; http://www.Nuts.com http://www.Nuts.com

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Culinology - September 2016

Culinology - September 2016
Table of Contents
President's Letter - 400-word limit jam session
Emerging Trends - Flavor innovation going Nuts
IFT16: The complicated reality of simple ingredients
Ingredient Trends - Embracing new proteins
Flavor Trends - Pour on the flavor
Member Profile - Corps Values
Expert Voices - PowerBar
Industry News
Student Profile - Hannah Dressen
Petits Fours
News bites
Ad Index
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Culinology - September 2016 - Table of Contents
Culinology - September 2016 - President's Letter - 400-word limit jam session
Culinology - September 2016 - 5
Culinology - September 2016 - Emerging Trends - Flavor innovation going Nuts
Culinology - September 2016 - 7
Culinology - September 2016 - IFT16: The complicated reality of simple ingredients
Culinology - September 2016 - 9
Culinology - September 2016 - 10
Culinology - September 2016 - 11
Culinology - September 2016 - Ingredient Trends - Embracing new proteins
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Culinology - September 2016 - Flavor Trends - Pour on the flavor
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Culinology - September 2016 - Member Profile - Corps Values
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Culinology - September 2016 - Expert Voices - PowerBar
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Culinology - September 2016 - Industry News
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Culinology - September 2016 - Student Profile - Hannah Dressen
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Culinology - September 2016 - Petits Fours
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Culinology - September 2016 - News bites
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