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    OK, did anyone else come to this thread because they thought the title was "homemade larvabars" and wondered how you sweeten larva?

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    With coconut sugar of course

    Hmm i wonder if i could get dried larva... Hubby would never have to know what added that extra crunch....

    Made the first batch tonight, dates, cinnamon, coconut and pecans.... Came out pretty tasty
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    Dried littl' shrimp come pretty close.
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    Partly I'm asking, cause it's cicada year here in the NE USA, and every time I move a rock in the garden, all those critters are just sitting there, waiting to hatch. On the other side, what kinda meal would adult cicadas make?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattyH View Post
    Partly I'm asking, cause it's cicada year here in the NE USA, and every time I move a rock in the garden, all those critters are just sitting there, waiting to hatch. On the other side, what kinda meal would adult cicadas make?
    One that is high in roughage, no doubt.

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