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Do you want to cook the banquet on the insects or just munch some healthy and delicious snack crickets? Do you need a new taste neutralizer for wine tastings? Are you looking for crickets for sale?
Roasted crickets are said to taste like rye bread or roast chickpeas. It fits perfectly in every cooking but you can also use it as a snack. Crickets perform better than bread as a taste neutralizer in wine tastings! Buy this sample bag to try the product.
The roasted house cricket is an extremely lasting raw material in cooking. It also absorbs the sauces and tastes deliciously to itself. For example, half a kilo of roasted crickets is more than enough for a ten-liter tomato-based pasta sauce with crickets as half a kilo of roasted crickets is made of two kilograms of fresh crickets.
Nature Loves Insectivores!
Insect food can help us in keeping the food system within environmental limits. To get a kilogram of beef one needs 12 times more feed, 100 times more room, and 22 000 times more water than growing a kilogram of insects. The insects offer a new lasting, ethical and delicious way to produce the proteins which are necessary to all of us.
A NOTE for purchases weighing one kilogram or more
Shipping costs for international orders are high and we want to offer the best possible service to our customers. In case your order weighs one kilogram or more, you should directly contact our customer service. In that way, we can manually tailor your order and plan the best shipping method for your needs!
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Rumpold, Birgit A. & Schlüter, Oliver K. (2013), "Nutritional composition and safety aspects of edible insects Molecular Nutrition & Food Research , Volume 57, Issue 5, May 2013, Pages 802-823. WILEY‐VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim
Belluco, Simone & Losasso, Carmen & Maggioletti, Michela & Alonzi, Cristiana C. & Paoletti, Maurizio G. & Ricci, Antonia, (2013), "Edible Insects in a Food Safety and Nutritional Perspective: A Critical Review Comprehensive REVIEWS in Food Science and Food Safety , Volume 12, Issue 3, May 2013, Pages 296-313, A Publication of the Institute of Food Technologists .
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500 g Roasted crickets | Rostade Hussyrsor - Bug Bazaar
- 49,95 €
Tomato Powder (2 kg)
- 30,00 €
Tomato Powder (1 kg)
- 15,00 €