The best, in my tastes, are aphids. Aphids grown on something you'd like to eat, specifically. Not a poisonous plant - no aphids off a datura, for example. Aphids off roses taste a bit like roses, aphids off brassicas have that slight brassica bite to them. Aphids are sweet and quite innocuous. And sometimes there can be quite a lot of them. Whenever someone asks me how to deal with aphids, I suggest eating them, but thus far it has been one of my less popular recommendations.
Ants have that formic acid taste, and I didn't find them very pleasant to eat.
How did you eat aphids? Raw right with a leaf? I have some right now on my volunteer watermelon leaf, but not sure, if watermelon leaves are edible...:)
Ants how much I understand are best for making lemonade.
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