If adding insect flour to our everyday recipe means getting an extra dose of planet-positive protein, and essential micronutrients such as calcium and iron, why shouldn’t we all start eating insects? And do you know what? It’s incredibly easy to use buffalo worm flour to create wildly tasty, high-protein and innovative dishes!
WHY USE IT? Let’s be honest, getting the right intake of protein and micronutrients is not easy if you want to have a planet-positive diet. Our natural all-purpose buffalo worm flour contains 57% high-quality protein for efficient muscle building, all essential amino acids, and high levels of micronutrients. Bugs require drastically less water, land, feed and energy than traditional animal protein sources, they are a sustainable superfood!
HOW TO USE? Thanks to its incredible nutritional values (57% protein content) you only need to add a small quantity to your recipes. The ratio varies among recipes, we suggest using up to 20% insect flour in the mix. Buffalo worm flour can be used in almost any dish to make it more nutritious, boosting its protein and micronutrient content. For us, it’s a perfect addition to all things sweet!
THE ULTIMATE RECIPE BOOK We asked a bunch of super-talented chefs to develop some creative and easy-to-make recipes to start adding insect flour to our everyday dishes. Small Giants Recipe Book contains all the chefs’ recipes and much, much more; it’s completely free with every purchase! Look below for a sneak peek.
Soft and moist Blueberry Muffins
Here is chef Davide Rizzoli’s recipe for his “Blueberry Muffins from the future!”
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