It’s not every day, we have a cricket buffet!! 🦗 APES students sampling roasted crickets and cricket protein bars as they learn about sustainable protein options for the future. Eating from lower trophic levels is a much better use of energy, requires less resources and emits less greenhouse gases. Plus, per acre, crickets produce more protein than other, traditional options!! 😋🦗 #poweredbycrickets#exoprotein
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7 347 September, 2019
Our AFFIA (affia.org) coordinator Nathan Preteseille recently was in Bali and visited @biobugbali, and brought back some protein powder. We used it at lunch and dinner during our annual general assembly meetings, it's good powder! Nice smell, good taste, very fine grind so it dissolves easily into coconut curry and goes well with tofu and rice. Thanks for sharing it with us and powering the day! #AFFIA#biobugbali 💪🤓🦗
4 346 September, 2019
With Anne and Nathan getting ready for the AFFIA general assembly, taste testing some @biobugbali cricket powder he brought back. Really delicious! And it was used on each meal to sustain us through the whole day of meetings. More food pics coming! (Sorry Nathan, the stupid camera auto focus fuzz thing strikes again! 😅)
3 355 September, 2019
Look what cane in the mail today! Thanks #MontanaQuarterly for the awesome article!!! www.CowboyCrickets.com
#Repost from @crickefood with @regram.app ... We believe and you? The choices we make about what we eat matter.⠀
🦗EAT CRICKETS 👉 CHANGE THE WORLD 🌎⠀
Do you want to join the #foodrevolution ? ⠀
We shot some cool numbers about crickets as food of the future on our website section 💡Why Cricket (Link in the bio)⠀
Insects are nutritionally balanced and incredibly delicious. Moreover, they are iper-sustainable and require dradtically less water, feed and space compared to traditional protein sources.⠀ ... FIND OUT MORE IN MY STORIES ABOUT CRICKÉ
When two amazing people plan a weekend of trails, camp, cook and alpine lakes - it’s bound to be at least as amazing as they are. Thanks for having birthdays @lady_lupine@racheleddy ❤️ it’s my favorite.
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"You can Entotrust us!" 👌🦗🛡️We have been certified by @entotrust , which certifies the quality of food and beverage products, containing edible insects. The seal –assigned only to those products and producers complying with strict requirements– is proudly printed on each of our #cricketcracker boxes granting that our products are safe and sustainable! Entotrust aims at widen the adoption of insects as an alternative source of protein compared to traditional animal breeds. Are you ready to meet the taste of #edibleinsects ? Hop! Hop! Visit crickefood.com and taste our delicious crispy crackers!
GIVEAWAY CLOSED - WINNER ANNOUNCED IN COMMENTS 🦗 GIVEAWAY TIME 🦗 Want to join the cricket protein revolution? We’ve teamed up with @exoprotein to bring you this bug-tastic giveaway. @exoprotein makes nutrient-dense real food bars by combining minimally-processed cricket flour protein with ultra-premium ingredients. 🦗 Exo protein bars are perfect as a meal-replacement, healthful snack or pre/post-exercise. 🦗 Crickets are a complete protein source filled with twice as much iron as spinach and all of the essential amino acids. 🦗 Roasted Crickets are a gluten-free, nutrient-rich, environmentally friendly alternative to the average unhealthy snack. _
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Loved having these exo bars with me during my most recent travels! And yes, they are made with cricket powder! Did you know crickets are an amazing complete protein source? Pound for pound they actually contain more protein than beef! They also are an amazing source of iron, potassium, and B Vitamins. Crickets are also a great sustainable food source as they require far less resources than other protein sources. As exo states: “Crickets have the environmental impact of plants with the nutritional quality of meat”. Now I want to find my own cricket power to make smoothies! Have you ever ate crickets?
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When it comes to dynamic movements... I am my own worst enemy. But I’ll never get past it if I don’t try. •
“Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.” •
I love this quote because it emphasizes the journey more than the destination and the power of failure. We’re often focused on end-games and results, but what it takes to get there is what builds character. I’ve been trying to let myself fail more lately — 1. Because it’s scary to commit to something you’re not sure will be successful, 2. Because it’s humbling, and 3. It’s how we grow. Growth does not come easily. We learn from mistakes and failure, not constant success. I used to only do things I was good at... and I lacked humility. Still do. But I’m trying to take more steps to prove to myself that my spirit is relentless and powerful enough to overcome any obstacle, so long as I choose to accept that I may fail, learn from failed attempts, and choose to try again.
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