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View Poll Results: Would you eat food made with Cricket Flour?
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Old Fri, May-12-2017, 10:55:34 PM   #21
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as soon as my current supply of protein powder runs low I'll order some of the cricket powder and post my reviews. maybe I'll do a comparo of whey vs veggie vs cricket. even better, I'll use my family as the blind taste testers.
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Old Fri, May-12-2017, 11:13:04 PM   #22
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How many crickets we gotta kill before PETA starts advocating for bug rights?
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Old Fri, May-12-2017, 11:46:08 PM   #23
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Had a chance to eat whole ones at a Thai restaurant a few weeks ago. Couldn't do it. They had mealworms too. Couldn't do that either. But would totally try cricket flour.

E, I'm with you - I hate cockroaches. Probably the most disgusting creature on the planet. Crickets remind me of them for some reason. Gross af.

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Old Sat, May-13-2017, 12:41:13 AM   #24
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Old Sat, May-13-2017, 01:37:18 AM   #25
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I've had crickets/ants/worms(alive)/grub(alive), the grubs were not great, worms weren't bad. Crickets/ants are simply dry, salty, and crunchy, like really flaky food, kinda like dried seaweed crunch/flaky, which is really good. I wouldn't feel weird eating this type of flower/protein, as long as it was prepared safely and the taste was similar. The only thing I couldn't eat would be spiders, because fuk no.
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Nope. Unless I already eat it, then yes.
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You guys should start frying up roaches and eating them too
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ive eaten crickets and worms ehh they taste like what ever you spice them with. wouldagain
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I could probably do cricket flour.

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