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Chapulines Sample Pack


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Chapulines Sample Pack with 3 great flavors.

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

Package Size: 11 gram sample packs

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Chapulines Sample Pack with 3 Traditional Flavors.

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

Air tight zipper bags for easy opening & re-closing.

Package Size: 11 gram sample packs

Chapulines are fairly dry and can be used as a finger food or as an ingredient.

Culinary Grade B means that these are grasshoppers that are either whole or in one or two pieces. These pieces are generally a good size for finger foods.

3 reviews for Chapulines Sample Pack

  1. Rated 4 out of 5


    These things are surprisingly good in a unique and interesting way. I wasn’t sure what I was expecting when I saw them, but they did not last long! The Adobados we’re my favorite, and a friend’s, and barely lasted long enough for him to try. The black pepper added a nice touch. The Sazanados were a touch too salty for me, but were good. The other flavor, not sure or the name, was equally good, but I personally would’ve like more heat to it. Ultimately, I found a new snack!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Margo N.

    So much fun. Everyone in the class had to try all three flavors. Thanks for the button!

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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


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

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