Pumpkin seed powder is an anti-parasitic that I add occasionally.What purpose does the pumpkin powder serve? Also are you really telling me your Russians eat seaweed?!!
You're so lucky to have a market close by that sells these sort of food items.I need to get in the habit of hanging on to all the food I buy; sometimes I dispose of half of the huge bundles we get of the farmers market when we get home but I realize now she’ll usually eat most of it. This week I saved it all.
We were late to the market so it was one of those times when you couldn’t take a leasurely stroll to see what was available; we made purchases of whatever was available at several markets, only to find out the last one we could have purchased many of the same things at once. Oh well. At any rate we brought home a big bag: sourleaf, moringa, ong choy, beautiful sow thistle ($6 per organic pound, hilarious), jute mallow. One vendor gave us a tiny lemon cucumber which indeed looks like a lemon when you cut it and smells slightly of citrus; took her a minute but she got into it pretty fast after that. One green bean for protein. Not pictured is a piece of a green onion top, not okay on the Tortoise Table blah blah blah. She LOVED it and ate it before anything else, weird. She likes her occasional bit of chives or green onions but not like this.
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One hundred percent. I’ve had to learn to ask questions and look things up to figure out some plant names in different languages but that’s it.You're so lucky to have a market close by that sells these sort of food items.
Fresh Repashy muffins. Mmmmm
Just mix with hot water and refrigerate.Is it just the powder or do you mix it? This reminds me of "herbivore biscuits" for my guinea pig using Emeraid/Critical Care and pumpkin (he has a form of osteoperosis so his teeth are always falling out and I have to get creative making soft foods)