From what I understand BSF larvae seem to have to high of fat content and not enough protein.
Just curious if anyone has researched any other type of insects that can be easily grown using food scraps and waste but that have a higher protein content and less fat.
I know locust and crickets are high in protein
found in village markets of the developing world, insects are very high in crude…
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