One packet contains between 20 to 40 giant worms, measuring up to 6 cm long.
Do you think that eating crawling insects is a very disgusting idea in itself? In this case, you should know they are already highly loved delicacies all over the world. Giant worms are rich in vitamins and minerals and they are an excellent and completely healthy snack.
Inside this packet you will find between 30 to 40 worms, measuring up to 6 cm! They have been cleaned, cooked and fried in France. You can enjoy them as a snack, as an appetizer, or you can add them into your usual dishes in order to create original recipes all of your own (check out our recipe page).
Are you familiar with what is called entomophagy? It is the consumption of edible insects as food by humans. There are many different edible insects in the world, more thant 1400 different species actually. We now invite you to discover a new one, the Giant Worm, a wonderful and tasty edible insect many love for its nutty taste. But don’t worry, our giant worms have been bred in perfectly healthy conditions, they have been cleaned, cooked and fried in France before being packaged.
Once tasted, you will be amazingly surprised by their original flavor. With them, both children and grown-ups will satiate their curiousty for the unusual before quickly learning how to fully appreciate them and by extension, entomophagy.
Giant worms: a special ingredient for original and creative recipes
Worms are commonly used as fishing bait, to feed fishes and birds, and so on... We know it would be difficult for you to imagine yourself eating the same food as your pets, don't you? Especially if we’re talking about worms.
However, giant worms can be successfully added into many a traditional recipe. Actually, they can really transform these simple recipes into new and delicious dishes. They can be used in pastries in replacing certain ingredients such as: nuts, raisin or chocolate chips. This is how we can transform a simple cookie into a delicious snack, containing crispy worms inside if you are not bothered by them of course! Your cookies couldn’t be more interesting! The taste of giant worms will be reminding you of hazelnuts and almonds, which will certainly surprise everyone else! Regarding savoury recipes, they can easily replace grilled bacon for example.
Giant worms: diversifying pleasures
There was a time when beef, pizza or fast food meals were novelties in the food world. Nowadays, these meals are commonly used and highly appreciated (if really bad for your health) all over the world.
So why wouldn’t entomophagy be a novelty in the world of food, a new frontier waiting for you, to be discovered and shared? A novelty which may become very common in the next several years! Especially because entomophagy, contrary to prior food novelties like fast food are completely healthy.
Consumption of edible insects: your choice of better food
Modern food, including beef, pizza, fast food and others with their fat sauces and oily dressings turned out to be really dangerous for our health. They contain too much fat, are too stodgy and too rich in carbohydrates. And yet, we prefer this kind of food at the exclusion of many others. And this is even without taking into considerations that traditional farming requires a lot of water and space and is very harmful for the environment. Meanwhile, breeding of edible insects requires less energy, less water and feed and pollutes nearly naught. And last but not least, they are much more healthier compared to any other sources of animal proteins.
Insect proteins, including those found inside giant worms, are proving to be much better and healthier than those provided by traditional farming. Also, they are much more easy to digest, thanks to their high levels of fibers.
For only 7,50 euros, you can buy a packet containing between 20 to 40 giant worms. Enjoy!
J'ai trouvé ça très gouteux en faisant des canapés chips!!
si j'aurai pu rajouté des étoiles je l'aurai fais sans hésité, cela vaut un 20/5
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Ils sont vraiment gros ses vers. Ca croustille, j'ai adoré. Rien a dire
tres bon,mais trop griller a bon gout