It involves putting ones just bought strawberries into a bowl of saltwater and watching the bugs squirm on out. The hottest new trend on TikTok: Washing their strawberries in salt water to see if tiny bugs appear on the surface of the fruit, and then tagging their findings with #strawberrieswithbugs. By Dillon Thompson. #bugsinstrawberries #tiktoktrend #washingstrawberries I tried the bugs in strawberries trick from TikTok and here are the results. Welcome on next TikTok Compilations video. So next time you take a bite out of your strawberry, try to ignore what else you might be chewing on. On the popular … Want to see? By the time you eat your strawberries, the only bugs you’ll ingest are the tiny ones that you wouldn’t even notice. Welcome on next TikTok Compilations video. Multiple TikTok users took to the social media platform this week to show how tiny bugs actually come out of strawberries after they’ve been left to soak in saltwater long enough. That's normal, according to some experts, despite a recent TikTok trend that suggests otherwise. Thanks to TikTok, now we know there are bugs in our strawberries. You can give that a shot if you’re worried you can’t stomach eating a strawberry anymore, or you could become like Tom Brady and avoid strawberries for the rest of your life. Here you will find interesting tiktoks and cool tiktoks and most of all, fun tiktoks. Remember to wash your strawberries! #strawberries #strawberrieswithbugs #washyourstrawberries #bugs #strawberriesinsalt #lifehack #learnontiktok This week, multiple TikTok users have shared videos to the social media platform explaining that submerging store-bought strawberries in salt water for a few minutes removes bugs from the fruit. The viral clips show that, when dropped in saltwater for several minutes, strawberries unleash a whole host of 'bugs' desperate to wriggle out to say hi. So what exactly ARE these wormlike little bugs that've made a home in your strawberries? That's normal, according to some experts, despite a recent TikTok trend that suggests otherwise. If you’d like to view this content, please adjust your Cookie Settings. Small worms in strawberries found on TikTok How to Naturally Clean Fruits or Vegetables The internet is freaking out about a TikTok video (and accompanying Buzzfeed article) showing what appear to be little worm-like bugs crawling out of fresh strawberries soaked in salt water. Just don’t expect your fear of little bugs to turn you into a successful NFL quarterback. In a now-viral video, a TikTok user soaks her strawberries in a bowl of salt water and, to the horror of about 1.5 million viewers, tiny bugs begin to crawl out of the fruit.You can chalk the admittedly gross phenomenon up to basic osmosis — and, in this case, what appears to be a bad batch of strawberries. Still fancy eating strawberries? TikTok users claim washing strawberries in salt water removes the bugs. I don't want to believe there are bugs in my strawberries, so I have a microscope and a dream. One TikTok user went a step further and put the strawberries under a microscope to see the bugs. (TikTok) If learning about bugs in your berries made you lose your appetite, you're not alone. A recent trend being shared on TikTok has led to a shocking and somewhat disgusting discovery for strawberry lovers. People have been washing strawberries in saltwater lately, witnessing tiny bugs come out. You plonk them into water mixed with salt to get rid of the dirt and tiny bugs … “After nearly 25 years of living, TikTok taught me how to properly wash strawberries,” writes Lauren Mackenzie Gambrell on Facebook. Bugs crawling on your strawberries? Princess Squad(@princesssquad.official) has created a short video on TikTok with music original sound. Those facts didn’t stop TikTok users from sharing their disgust though, with many commenting how surprised they were to see the bugs leaping from Radcliffe’s food.