Guinea pigs make for eco-friendly entrees

04/2/2013 | National Public Radio

Curious foodies and South American expats are ordering more guinea pigs off U.S. menus not only for their taste but because the rodent is a relatively eco-friendly source of protein. "Guinea pigs don't require the land that cattle do," said science writer Matt Miller. "They can be kept in backyards, or in your home. They're docile and easy to raise."

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