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Cheetles: Original cheese dusted june beetle snack

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Introducing Cheetles: Original cheese dusted june beetle snack

Cheese + June Beetles = Cheetles.

The world’s first June beetle snack dusted in cheese.

It’s 2023 and it’s about time we spice up our food system a bit.

We crafted Cheetles to bring an experience that is truly the first of its kind.

These June Beetles are dusted in an amazing coating of perfectly selected ingredients allowing us to give you an experience you’ll never forget.

Cheetles are dusted in a familiar cheese dust that is quite pleasing to your taste buds.

Insects are a nutritious and sustainable food source that offers a wide range of benefits for the body and the environment.

They’re packed full of protein, vitamins & minerals and most importantly a pre-biotic polysaccahride called Chitin.

Insects are a good source of protein, fat, vitamins, and minerals. For example, crickets contain about 20 grams of protein per 100 grams of edible insect. This is more protein than many other common foods, such as chicken or beef. Insects are also a good source of iron, zinc, calcium, and magnesium.

Environmental benefits

Insects are much more sustainable to raise than traditional livestock. They require less land, water, and feed to produce the same amount of protein. Insects also produce fewer greenhouse gases and other pollutants than livestock.

Taste and variety

Insects can be prepared in a variety of ways, and they can have a variety of different flavors. Some insects, such as crickets and mealworms, have a nutty or earthy flavor. Others, such as grasshoppers and locusts, have a more shrimp-like flavor. Insects can be eaten whole, ground into flour, or processed into other food products, such as snacks, protein bars, and pasta.

Here are some specific examples of the unique experiences that different insects can offer:

  • Crickets: Crickets can be eaten whole, roasted, fried, or ground into flour. They have a nutty or earthy flavor and are a good source of protein and fiber.

  • Mealworms: Mealworms can be eaten whole, roasted, or ground into flour. They have a mild flavor and are a good source of protein and fat.

  • Grasshoppers: Grasshoppers can be eaten whole, roasted, or fried. They have a shrimp-like flavor and are a good source of protein and iron.

  • Locusts: Locusts can be eaten whole, roasted, or fried. They have a shrimp-like flavor and are a good source of protein and iron.

  • Bee larvae: Bee larvae can be eaten whole or ground into flour. They have a sweet and nutty flavor and are a good source of protein and fat.

Ingredients:

Dehydrated & Cooked June Beetles, Cheddar Cheese [Milk, Cheese Cultures, Salt, Enzymes], Coconut Oil, Maltodextrin, Natural and Artificial Flavor, Whey Protein Concentrate, Corn Syrup Solids, Modified Corn Starch, Lactic Acid, Citric Acid, Monosodium Glutamate, Yellow 6, Autolyzed Yeast Extract, Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Blue Cheese, Guar Gum, Xanthan Gum

Read more about the dust at dobugs.org/dust

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