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I don't know what i was expecting really but this magazine is....boring. My children aren't into faeries which seems to be spelled in correctly and the small stories inside of it are all wizards and magic type of things. That's not really our speed and i guess I was thinking more along the lines of highlight magazine or ranger rick? This isn't really like cute and lighthearted more poetry readings and strange stories. If your kiddo is into that then great. I'm bummed I had to wait like 8 weeks for this, got it for my son and he totally thinks its lame and I totally agree with him. As soon as I search it, I'll take a picture of it for those who might be interested in the inside. I almost think I tossed it.
I have been wanting a subscription to this magazine for a long time. The first problem I received had loads of info on theater, and I'm a drama teacher! Perfect! It got used in my middle school classes at the begin of this school year. Looking forward to the next issue!
HORRIBLE is too kind. Based on the reviews I read, it sounded as if this magazine would be something lovely to read to, or with, my daughter, an elementary school student. The first problem we received was October 2016... and it has a red devil dancing with a cat on the cover. Somewhat okay for a Halloween edition, I suppose. Upon opening this issue, I found that the article and stories were of a horror them, and I assumed it was still gear toward children, although the art was quite creepy. Not wanting to scare my child, I chose to read her quiz called, "Which Creature Are You?". Sounded fun enough. But, the third question asked: "Your two best mates start arguing. How would you stop them? A. Drown them, B. Dismember them, C. Stomp them with your boots, or D. Singe them". WTH? Seriously? Is this what we are suppose to ask our kids? Playfully?This magazine is NOT for my kid.
This is the one magazine both my kids and I look forward to every month.We all have fun reading and discussing the varied and enriching articles. The magazines are thin (no ads) but the content is dense and of finest quality. We have problems from years back which are treasured and reread.
I ordered these for a Science investigation in a summer school class of children ranging 1st to 6th grade. The crickets arrived on time in nice packaging. The whole experience generated so much excitement and engagement. It turned out to be loads of fun! We did lessons based on edible insects, tasted the crickets, and then went around to other classes and to the district office and offered tastes to others. We had so much fun! I asked the children to comment on Google Classroom about the experience. Here are the comments:AD: "I think we should give them 4 stars and I thought they were ok."CJ: "I thought that the crickets were awesome 5 out of 5 4 me."DE: "your Crickets are delicious I give you 5 stars" (DE had a BLAST with the crickets)AH: "I think we should give them 2" (AH really struggled with the gross-out gag mindset, but was a super amazing sport and tried them anyway.)LM: "I would give a 4."RLG: "I think i would give them 5."APN: "The Crickets were very very very very very very very amazing 5 out of 5."We thought the crickets tasted like dried ground nuts and seeds with chip flavorings. We had flavors like bacon, cheesy ranch, and buffalo wings. The packages came with a silica packet that needs to be removed. The packages are beautiful and have nutritional content labels. We knew crickets were a amazing source of protein, but we were surprised by how much B12 is in them. We recommend you check the weight (ounces) so you know what to expect as the packages are quite small. We still had enough to share with something like 25 people with enough leftover for three boys who were chain-eating them like popcorn. We received a really nice follow-up notice from Charles Wilson of Cricket Flours. We are wondering if he might like to correspond with our anks for providing us the means for such a fun day!ETA: Did it again the following year. Still a huge hit!
I bought these as a snack for my son. He's been fascinated with eating bugs for quite a while and I didn't realize just how much he relishes these. In fact, I have to use them as "sprinkles" to entice him to eat a relatively more common turkey burger. He asks for them constantly. Thanks for offering these on Amazon!
I am a beautiful begin minded guy. I grew up on a farm and eaten my fair share of weird stuff. The novelty aside, these things are beautiful gross. Not because they are crickets, but they aren't great. I popped a handful of each flavor in my mouth and got the same thing each time. You're hit with the spices, which are beautiful good, but then you begin to chew and the closest thing I can relate it to would be getting a mouthful of dust.
I attended a presentation about cricket protein and tried samples of crickets and mealworms. I was looking for a low-carb, low-calorie, crisp and crunchy alternative to chips and popcorn. For some reason I didn't realize the serving packages were so little so I was disappointed when I discovered there was barely a mouthful in each ditionally, considering crickets and food worms are sustainable products with less of a carbon footprint, I was really surprised to search them packaged in a mylar/plastic pouch with no hopes of being composted or biodegradable in any way.I would like to see larger portions of the crickets and food worms in sustainable packaging with flavor options besides if you wish to talk chirps chips, I was quite satisfied with those!
I had roasted crickets in Mexico and loved them. These were not the same. The taste was just okay. The largest issue is the packaging. They are totally smushed when you obtain them, and the bottom of the bag is all legs! I liked the ones in Mexico, that were delegged, and a small bigger than these little smushed crickets.
I ordered these to share with my 7th grade students to go with a unit we were doing in an English class. When I first got them, I had no intention of trying them. After students started trying them, and LIKING them, I knew I had to try. I'm not a fan of spicy flavors, but these were beautiful good!
I was a small disappointed in these. I'd never had crickets before, or any bug for that matter (intentionally anyways), but I was underwhelmed. As just a snack, these seasonings aren't very powerful in flavor and the crickets were smaller than I imagined. To describe the taste of the crickets, they have a taste very related to fish. These are probably much better used as a topping on a salad or something rather than just a snack eaten by themselves.
A bit on the dry side. But that might be needed to hold them from going poor quickly. I obtain "Chapulines" (crickets) on my Mexican meal all the time. So wanted to search a amazing put to pick them up for myself somewhere. They're Amazing flavors. Just want the bags weren't so small."Insects are a more ecologically sustainable meal source than meat and poultry, according to the FAO. They require substantially less energy and water than conventional livestock and produce far less waste and fewer greenhouse gas emissions."
I know they're insects, and I wish to like insects in meal as they are healthy alternatives to red or even lean meats, but this is just bland. Decent novelty I guess, but if you are looking for a 'gateway bug' that doesn't turn you off in its blandness, test buffalo worms or buffalo worm powder (much more protein than mealworms and a light and nice flavor compared to crickets), or waxworms (sweet and are amazing for cookies, though they are fatty). You could use buffalo worms in more foods since the flavor is lighter but still high in protein, but they are not as simple to search as crickets or mealworms. You even could breed them if you could provide high heat and regular kitchen scraps, turn your leftovers into high protein meal?, sign me up. If you're adventurous, you could test black soldier fly larva or even cockroaches; they surprisingly taste about as decent as crickets when farmed and not hunted from your trash bin.
Purchased these to eat on my YT channel with the kids. I was kind of upset by the little packages, but we got over it beautiful fast once we started eating them. Once you obtain past the texture, they create for a decent small snack.Spicy Cayenne - Not much flavor...Pretty bland, but gave a nice burn in the aftertaste.Buffalo Wing - Beautiful good! Kind of sweet, but tasted decent overall. My youngest loved this flavor.Original - Tasted like a saltine cracker. Not bad. One of the best of the con - My private favorite. It tasted exactly like the charred bits that come off a piece of well-cooked bacon. Absolutely delicious!Cheesy Ranch - More like foot. Tasted like a dirty sock smells after a hard day of hiking. This flavor should be abandoned. This flavor should be banished. This is not a flavor meant for human consumption. Animals will avoid this. Flies won't even bother investigating. As a latest resort in a survival situation, I would rather not survive than eat cheesy ranch. It was that bad. HahaPrice - Please...Come on...Really?