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Ever wondered what Burgess Excel Nuggets tastes like?

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fortifiedwithtea Thu 18-Dec-14 11:05:53

One for the guinea pig owners, this. You need wonder no more fgrin

DD1 has taken one for the team so to speak. Well it was more of a dare, "shall I eat it Mum" She should know after 16 years that I am evil and would call her bluff, "Go on",I said'

The verdict:

They don't really taste of very much, just vaguely herby.
And the initial hard crunch disappears straight away and the nugget dissolves to a mush in the mouth.

So there you have it. DD1 has done it so you don't have to fwink

HTH fgrin

FernieB Thu 18-Dec-14 17:51:30

That's very kind of hergrin. Saves me a job.

tiggydiggydee Thu 18-Dec-14 18:12:16

Hmm might pop them in a bowl and put them on the Christmas table along with all nuts and crisps now I know they're herby! Thank your DD very much for doing the taster test! grin

70isaLimitNotaTarget Thu 18-Dec-14 18:13:02

thanks DDof fortified

I have NO desire what-so-ever to know what guineas soft eating poo tastes like though so, no-one try that wink

Though my DD knows what guinea snot'n'spit tastes like - her boar GP1 sneezed in her mouth while she was talking.
Terrible ha ha most unsavoury chortle

fortifiedwithtea Sun 21-Dec-14 10:18:30

tiggydiggydee has given me an alternative idea for stuffing the bird should I run out of Paxo whispers Burgess, umm, herby wink

RoastingYourChestnutsHurtsAlot Sat 27-Dec-14 18:50:07

I wonder If the rabbit ones taste the same as the piggy ones

Any volunteers as I'm not trying one?

FernieB Sat 27-Dec-14 21:52:41

Not pleasant if bunny breath is anything to go by!

RoastingYourChestnutsHurtsAlot Sat 27-Dec-14 22:19:42

Bunnies eat their own faeces which may account for their bad breath

FernieB Sun 28-Dec-14 07:31:33

Bunny breath after poo eating is not too bad actually, but after pellets confused! Parsley breath is nice though.

livegoldrings Sun 28-Dec-14 07:48:18

Yuk! I remember trying a locust bean when I was younger as it was included in some kind of pet food, and someone told me it is what they make carob from. It was quite nice.

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