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Giant June Bugs (Scarab Beetles)

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Three Salted & Dried Giant June Bugs

These edible june bugs measure around one and a half inches. They have been salted and dried. Because of this, they are a bit salty to eat dried and whole but they make a great addition to soups or to set atop some wild rice.

 

Size: Three Pieces

 

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Three Salted & Dried Giant June Bugs

These edible june bugs measure around one and a half inches. They have been salted and dried. As with many beetles, these are best eaten with the head and wings removed. They’re a bit salty to eat as a finger food, but they make a great addition to soups or grilled and set atop some wild rice and vegetables.

June bugs are a member of the scarab beetle family (which might make for a more interesting name). They’re considered a pest which makes them a perfect edible insect. Natural pest control.

Size: Three Pieces


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ALLERGY INFORMATION

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

Please also note: Products may be from manufacturing facilities that process milk, eggs and peanuts.

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