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One for the guinea pig owners, this. You need wonder no more 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 HTH
That's very kind of her. Saves me a job.
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!
DDof fortifiedI have NO desire what-so-ever to know what guineas soft eating poo tastes like though so, no-one try that 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
tiggydiggydee has given me an alternative idea for stuffing the bird should I run out of Paxo whispers Burgess, umm, herby
I wonder If the rabbit ones taste the same as the piggy onesAny volunteers as I'm not trying one?
Not pleasant if bunny breath is anything to go by!
Bunnies eat their own faeces which may account for their bad breath
Bunny breath after poo eating is not too bad actually, but after pellets ! Parsley breath is nice though.
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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