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Ask the chickens.
I'm not sure about sourcing from nature because of possible contamination with not being sure what their diet history is. Have you tried raising crickets and just keeping them on a plant based diet with carrots, lettuce, etc.?
Are these bugs or animals?
I'd prefer something with different texture than a slug type, more on the crispy side. I once tried a roasted clam and it was just like eating a lard of fat. Also would like insects/bugs high in protein and other nutrients.
No troll, just genuinely curious: how does the eating of insects conform with your vegan philosophy? Where do you draw the line on which creatures can be eaten and which cannot? It would seem that the basis for your decision to eat, or not eat, an animal is based on your best guess about its capacity for suffering, as estimated from your best guess about its intelligence.
I suspect that insects/bugs aren't (as) capable of suffering because they are a common prey. Evolutionarily, developmentally, physiologically, it would not make sense for them to experience existence or pain to the magnitude of other animals.
Intelligence is a considerable aspect, but self-awareness more importantly.