Cricket | Edible Insect or Peanut?
Next-Food Artisan Eco-responsible producer of edible insects invites you to try and replace “industrial” aperitif products with natural edible insects!
Next Food, offers you a wide range of insects to eat, to test, to taste, cooked by our Chef!
Cricket | Another way to eat insects
For fans looking for an original aperitif and wanting to replace greasy industrial products containing questionable products, we suggest you with the protein in addition, the small edible crickets insects salt and vinegar.
Indeed, these grilled insects are an excellent appetizer by whetting the appetite of the guests.
The small cricket is also the ideal ingredient for preparing light and protein salads. These food insects will bring flavor to your preparation.
You can also decorate your vegetables and corn with this little cricket. A little turn in the pan will make them crunchy. For this, a few minutes are enough. A light touch of olive or sesame oil and presto! That’s it !
The nutritional value of the cricket will amaze you. They are rich in protein and fiber with a fat content of less than 6%.
Also, there is Omega 3, calcium, magnesium… So, consult the next-food.net site and order your insects small edible salt and vinegar crickets.
Test entomophagy and start with the Cricket!
The first time, we tend to apprehend the first bite of edible insect.
Our advice is to start with insect flour that can be incorporated into the preparation of bread or biscuits.
For fans of home cooking and fresh dough, edible insect flour offers you the possibility of preparing pasta with a low gluten content. To do this, simply replace a more or less significant part of the wheat flour with cricket flour, for example.
Looking for quality ingredients for your culinary or pastry preparation, take a look at our next-food.net site to order the cricket flour. As required by European regulations, after careful sorting, edible insects are boiled and dehydrated before packaging any other preparation. So do as the savvy entomophages do by ordering your edible insects on next-food.net.