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Bulk Chapulines | Sazonados

$5.95 to $269.95

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Chapulines Sazonados sold in bulk for chefs, schools and camps.

Size:  1 Ounce (30 grams) | 1/4 Pound | 1 Pound | 5 Pounds

 

These chapulines are relatively dry so they can be used as a finger food or as an ingredient.

 

Note: Orders of five pounds and above will be packaged in resealable zip-lock style bags.

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Chapulines Sazonados sold in bulk for chefs, schools and camps.

These chapulines are relatively dry so they can be used as a finger food or as an ingredient.

We carry three flavors:

  1.  Sal y Limon Chapulines
  2.  Sazonados  Chapulines
  3.  Adobados  Chapulines

These are traditional chapulines imported from Mexico.

Size: 1 Ounce (30 grams) | 1/4 Pound | 1 Pound | 5 Pounds

Ingredients: Grasshoppers, lemon, salt, garlic and chile

Note: Orders of five pounds and above will be packaged in resealable zip-lock style bags.

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A perfect accompaniment to these are our line of mescal insect salts.

  1.  Chinicuil Salt
  2. Sal de Gusano Rojo
  3. Sal de Gusano Marron
  4. Sal de Chapulin Verde

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Customer Reviews for Bulk Chapulines | Sazonados

  1. Heisenburg
    Rated 5 out of 5

    Heisenburg


    Some heat but not too spicy. Great flavor.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    mannytorres


    Tried all three flavors this is our favorite.

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  • Where Do People Eat Insects?

    Billions of people worldwide include insects in their diets. Our southern neighbor, Mexico, enjoy nearly two hundred different edible insects. Worldwide, there have been nearly two thousand insects identified as edible.

    The most famous of which, here in the states, are Chapulines. These spiced grasshoppers gained acclaim when they were served at Safeco Field in Seattle during their 2017 season.

    Here in Maine, there are stories about woodsman, trappers and loggers that would eat Black Ants to ward off scurvy since Black Ants are rich in vitamin C. Today, we eat insects here in Maine because they taste great and they are good for us.

    Answer by : on Dec 31, 2017 10:01:53 AM
  • Are these Chapulines Authentic?

    The Chapulines for sale here are imported from Mexico and are authentic Mexican Chapulines.

    Answer by : on Dec 31, 2017 10:41:07 AM

Edible Insect Allergies

ALLERGY INFORMATION

If you are allergic to shellfish or crustaceans, you may also be allergic to insects.

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