Brian D. Price was in a Texas prison for 14 years, and for 10 of those he cooked the last meals for inmates being executed. He has many fascinating stories to tell about the food, the people and the prison culture.
The founder of Washington's first insect farm says bugs are the future of food
Originally aired: Monday, August 15, 2016
Insects need no soil, water or light to grow, which makes them the most sustainable and environmentally friendly protein there is. Beta Hatch, Washington's first insect farm, is currently raising mealworms for animal consumption, but hopes to grow them for human consumption in the future.