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Crickets are more versatile than you may think, as both a snack and in cooking in Japan. You can bake them into bread, dunk them in ramen, and now, you can eat ground-up crickets in your bowl of udon noodles. Our Japanese-language reporter K. Masami decided to take the plunge with Japanese edible insect company bugoom’s instant cricket udon made with about 100 crickets.
▼ It’s not a marketing ploy, either, as “crickets” is the second ingredient listed on the label.
Fortunately, you’re not faced with 100