Oh my gosh no, I definitely wouldn't in any kind of way, even though some insects are as much as 80 percent protein by weight and provide more essential amino acids than most animal proteins and are also rich in nutrients like omega-3 fatty acids.
Would you, anyway?
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R they alive?0
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Someone my mother knew from her work had a pond, which was being filled in. When they were filling it in, however, they found a load of frogspawn. They didn't have anywhre to look after them, so they donated it to my mother's nursery (she works as an assistant there), where they kept them in a big tank for the children to see. It's a great idea, but there is one thing we didn't know about frogets going in: they eat live food. After a while of eating only pet food and vegetables they began to cannibalize each other. So we looked up what to do: they eat crickets.
We released them. We didn't have the heart to feed them live food. It is so unimaginably painful to us, to purchase the insects just to feed them to the froglets. So, I would not be willing to take the money; not really because it's gross, but because I don't have it in me to hurt the crickets so.0