Successful experience in making cakes with bee butter instead of milk
Belgian research experts have tested the successful application of butter and insect fat butter.
According to international media reports, butter produced by Belgian experts uses the fat of bees and other insects instead of milk.
Experts say butter is not shared with others, but could be used as a substitute in the future.
Belgian experts say they want to know what features are found in the smallest organisms found on Earth and how to use insect fat.
According to experts, they prepared and tasted butter by experimenting with the fats of thousands of bees and insects during the experiment.
Medical experts cited the reason for the experiment as saying: “Air pollution affects both vegetation and water. Cattle grain is usually both a substance and a large amount of methane gas.”
According to experts, they captured the larvae of the flies, obtained their fat and prepared butter, and then prepared cakes.
Experts say three-quarters of the butter is prepared while preparing the cake, and one-fourth of the butter is made from bees and other insects.
Experts also fed the cake to experimental participants, some of whom didn’t like the taste.
According to the News Agency, Belgium is a world-famous country for waffles in Europe, but now, with the help of cakes and biscuits, butter will be used to make it environmentally friendly.