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    • Chapulines Sal y Limon

      Size: 1 Ounce (30 grams)

      If you are a chef, educator or group leader, you can buy bulk chapulines here: Bulk Chapulines

      Rated 5.00 out of 5
      $5.95
    • Mexican Talavera Bowl with Chapulines

      Price: $49.95

      1. Hand Made Talavera Bowl
      2. Quarter Pound of Sal y Limon Chapulines
      PLEASE NOTE: Every bowl design is different! This is just an example. The Talavera bowl you receive will be hand made and hand painted but will have a different pattern than this one.
      These are not dishwasher or oven safe. Hand wash only.

       

    • Chapulines Sample Pack with 3 great flavors.

      1. Sazanados Chpulines
      2. Adobados Chapulines
      3. Sazanados Chapulines

      Package Size: 11 gram sample packs

      Rated 4.33 out of 5
      $8.95
    • Chapulines Sazonados

      Size: 1 Ounce (30 grams)  Snack Size

       

      If you are a chef, educator or group leader, you can buy wholesale chapulines here: Wholesale Chapulines

      Rated 5.00 out of 5
      $5.95
    • Chapulines Adobados

      Size: 1 Ounce (30 grams)

       

      Ingredients: Grasshoppers, chile, garlic, salt and lemon

      If you are a chef, educator or group leader, you can buy bulk chapulines here: Buy Bulk Chapulines

      $5.95
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