Nutrient-rich grubs are sustainably harvested on farms all around the world. Once the grubs are ready, they can be cooked just like fish, beef, or any other protein.
Like any food, the color of grubs will naturally change depending on how it’s prepared.
Whether you bake, grill, dry, or even fry the grubs, they will vary in size and color—from large and yellow to small and black.
So if the grubs are black, does that mean they are burnt?
This is a common misconception. Next time you see grubs that are darkly colored, closely examine them. -Go ahead, take a whiff! You’ll discover that the grubs actually aren’t burnt, but instead, they are naturally black—almost like dark roasted coffee beans.