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 Instagram Carousel by Jack Bish (@paleobish) with caption : "Happy #fossilfriday Friends!
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I have been missing fieldwork and South Africa lately so I was going through photos and" at Swartkrans - 2025597707654940848

Happy Friends! ... I have been missing fieldwork and South Africa lately so I was going through photos and had to share. ... These are bone tools from Swartkrans and Drimolen, 1-2 million years old and associated with A. robustus and early Homo remains. ... Uses range from excavating tubers from the ground or termites from nests or even to work hides or strip bark. ... Microwear analysis reveals striations that are consistent with experimental termite mound digging. ... Lauren and I sampled the South African termites ourselves, they are from the Coptotermes genus. ... Insects have been a part of primate diets for millions of years, and our ancestors harvested their protein bounties with bone tools... how cool! ... Have a good weekend friends, much love! πŸ’€

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CrickΓ©

 image by CrickΓ© (@crickefood) with caption : "#tagandwin πŸ‘‚Sorry for interrupting your scrolling with this  pictureπŸ‘‚We're just curious insect eaters: πŸ“‘What do you thin" - 2025570925411449285
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πŸ‘‚Sorry for interrupting your scrolling with this pictureπŸ‘‚We're just curious insect eaters: πŸ“‘What do you think of our new design? πŸ“‘β € Let us know in the comments and tag a friend πŸ‘‰WIN 3x treatsβ € β€’β € Enter the competition > good luck!β € β€’β € Ready for a healthy insect-based snack that tastes great?β € β€’β € β€’β € ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ #eatbugs

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β„‚π•’π•žπ• π•π•’ π•Šπ•¦π•€π•₯π•’π•šπ•Ÿπ•’π•“π•π•– 𝔽𝕠𝕠𝕕𝕀

 Instagram Image by β„‚π•’π•žπ• π•π•’ π•Šπ•¦π•€π•₯π•’π•šπ•Ÿπ•’π•“π•π•– 𝔽𝕠𝕠𝕕𝕀 (@camolafoods) with caption : "It’s Friday! That means Farmers’ Market day is almost here πŸ‘. Come visit us at the downtown Farmers’ Market and shop all" at Edmonton City Hall - 2025555517585312777

It’s Friday! That means Farmers’ Market day is almost here πŸ‘. Come visit us at the downtown Farmers’ Market and shop all your local goodies. We have only a few more days to stack up the funds for our partnership with @edarealandtrust πŸ’š β€’ β€’ β€’ #eatbugs

Crickster | Edible Insects (@crickster_official) Instagram Profile Photocrickster_official

Crickster | Edible Insects

 Instagram Image by Crickster | Edible Insects (@crickster_official) with caption : "Crispbread with Crickets :heart:
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1. Heat the oven to 350 F (180 C). Take two large baking trays a" at Copenhagen - 2025499950298488723
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Crispbread with Crickets :heart: Here's how it's done: 1. Heat the oven to 350 F (180 C). Take two large baking trays and a roll of parchment paper. 2. Add all the dry ingredients to a very large, spacious bowl. Stir well with a rubber spatula, then tip in the oil and water. Stir well and use your hands to form a compact ball if needed. 3. Place a sheet of parchment paper onto a large surface and place half of the dough on top. Cover with another sheet of parchment paper, and flatten the dough into a large and thin rectangle using a rolling pin. 4. Remove the parchment paper on top and transfer carefully the flattened bread with the remaining inferior parchment sheet into the baking tray. 5. Lightly score into pieces with a sharp knife if you wish. You can also sprinkle additional flaky salt over. 6. Repeat the same with the other half of dough. 7. Place the trays in the oven and bake for 15 minutes. Swap the trays around and bake for 10 to 15 more minutes, until golden (but not burned!). 8. Let cool and break into pieces, or crack along the scored lines with a heavy knife. 9. Store in a airtight container for up to two weeks. You'll need: ‍1,5 cup (150g) ground oats β…“ cup (50g) Cricksters whole freeze dried Crickets β…“ cup (50g) flaxseeds β…“ cup (50g) sesame seeds β…“ cup (50g) pumpkin seeds β…“ cup (50g) sunflower seeds 3 tsp oregano 1 tsp salt ΒΌ cup (50 ml) olive oil 3 eggs Find more insect recipes at: eatcrickster.com/recipes . . . #eatbugs