EntoSense Edible Insects (2)

EntoSense Culinary Grade Edible Insects 2-Pack: Black Ants & Manchurian Scorpions
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Sale Price: $39.99 (Includes Shipping)
List Price: $59.99 (Includes Shipping)
Discount: 33% off List Price
Ento Culinary Grade Gourmet Black Ants, 1/2 oz. Jar
Ento Culinary Grade Edible Manchurian Scorpions, 24-Count Container

I’m still waiting for the Khazaki hissing roaches. Now those are yum. Pepi the frog legs are good also.

The scorpion description says: “Package Size: 24 count,” but the photos show a single container with “12 pieces.” Just looking for clarification on the scorpion count.

Confirmed that you are getting 24.

BUGS? Yummy!

cluck cluck

So far, there are two people in Tennessee who want to chow down on some bugs.

Noted.

In response to Bill’s comment (“By the time my kids are my age, there will be half again as many people on our planet and meat production will need to double, which is not possible. Edible insects is one answer.”– Bill Broadbent), all I can say is that time, I’ll be pushing up daisies, and the insects will be eating me. The anticipation of that particular “crunch” as those scorpions’ tails and legs are about to massage my palate makes me want to down a bottle of ethyl alcohol.I guess you can’t send your supper back into the kitchen if you find a bug in your soup anymore.

I’ll be jumpin for joy if they sell garlic roasted grasshoppers