An innovative entomoculture center
In order to offer the best edible insects to its customers, the Next-Food gets these grasshoppers collectors who consumes them forever. So, buy on next-food.net the edible insects of your choice!
Differentiate from edible locusts with its long antennae, edible grasshoppers have the tasty and familiar taste that lies between grilled bacon, baked potato and greenery. This is one of the best choices to learn about entomophagy. In addition, its fleshy texture facilitates its preparation.
When mature, grasshoppers are sorted and those that meet the criteria are prepared and packaged. After slaughter, they are boiled before being dried and packaged. These steps are carried out with 100% renewable energies while guaranteeing the optimal conservation of the taste of the insect.
With a taste halfway between grilled bacon and baked potato, grasshoppers are eaten regularly around the world…
From simple grilled grasshopper to chocolate grasshopper
Locusts and grasshoppers are commonly consumed in Asia, Africa and Latin America. In some agricultural areas they destroy crops and are then the only sources of food for the population. With crickets and locusts, grasshoppers are the most popular edible insects. Indeed, its consumption, even occasional, goes beyond the circles of entomophages. And for good reason, they are consumed in a common way and constitute a delicious dish.
Next-Food is convinced that edible insects are the food of the future. This is why it is investing in the sector to become the leading producer and distributor of edible insects internationally. The choice of Thailand is due to climatic conditions adapted to a 100% natural breeding of edible insects.
However, if the urge to taste them in all simplicity tempts you, there is always the classic grilled grasshoppers. A short passage of one hour in the refrigerator then in the oven before wearing them on embers is enough for them to release all their flavor. They should not be burned at the risk of losing their taste.
With crickets and locusts, grasshoppers are the most popular edible insects. Indeed, its consumption, even occasional, goes beyond the circles of entomophages. And for good reason, they are consumed in a common way and constitute a delicious dish.