Cricket: The flavors of Entomophagy!
Entomophages surely know the taste of the edible cricket. However, for this time, in addition to its flavors, they make you discover those of aonori, seaweed rich in magnesium, calcium, minerals, vitamins A, C, E and B, amino acid…
A Japanese-style insect recipe
Very popular with the Japanese, this seaweed pleasantly flavors dishes. This is how it regularly accompanies sushi. In addition to insect protein, crickets with Aonori seaweed provide nutrients that are very beneficial to health. So, order Crickets with Aonori seaweed now on Next-food.net.
Excellent as an aperitif or as a snack, it can be enjoyed on its own “cricket” like peanuts, crisps, or biscuits or dipped in a sauce of your choice. On the other hand, it is necessary to be careful with the excess of spice at the risk of masking the flavor and the aroma of the seaweed. On a skewer, they go very well with beers
Food insect: One of the solutions for our future diet
By 2050, the earth will have no less than 9 billion people, which constitutes a real challenge for humanity. Indeed, to meet the food needs of this population, agricultural production simply has to increase by 70% according to FAO figures. From this perspective, the food insects option becomes an almost obvious solution.
Also, by eating, all animals convert food into protein, fat, and other nutrients to gain weight. The rate of this conversion is phenomenal in insects. For example, for 10 kg of food allow pig and chicken to gain 3 kg and 5 kg respectively. As for the edible insects, it reaches 9 kg.
Without any health risk, the edible insects that we offer on next-food.net will make you change your mind. Indeed, these edible insects are raised in natural and optimal conditions.
Our process and our intractable selection of edible insect leads us to boil them and then dry them. All in a totally eco-responsible perspective.
Also, we are very careful to preserve the flavors and nutritional qualities of the food insect