Yep, you're hardwired to digest crickets, beetles, and other bugs, according to a new study
Crunchy cricket tacos anyone? If the idea sounds stomach-turning, consider new research that shows humans are meant to eat bugs. Well, insects to be exact.
Rutgers researchers found that insects were the food of choice for our early primate ancestors and that we 21st century humans — among other modern day primates — are still made to eat and digest termites, crickets,...
The latest series of Future Food Salon's events has been focused on crickets. This Toronto-based group hosts banquets featuring chefs, farmers, artists, musicians, and more, who collaborate to inspire solutions for the global food crisis. This video showcases one such event, with creative, mouth-watering foods infused with insects.
There are so many amazing recipes available for baking with cricket flour. Here is a video showing a simple chocolate chip oatmeal cookie recipe, with the addition of cricket flour for added protein and nutrition. These cookies are delicious and nutritious. At Sustainable Boost, we sell a variety of packaged cookie mixes. Enjoy, and aloha!