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black rasberrys??

Discussion in 'Foods, Treats & Home Recipes.' started by Hermies4Life, Jul 2, 2009.

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  1. Hermies4Life

    Hermies4Life (Small Crab)

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    I was thinking when i was looking for food ideas for my hermies
    can they eat black rasberries and black rasberry leaves? because I have some black rasberry bushes in my backyard (nothings ever been sprayed on them)


    Has anyone ever tried it??
     
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    OneOnion "Preparing For Third Molt"

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    I have heard somewhere that rasberries are okay... Or maybe it was just the leaves? I'm thinking they're okay.
     
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    cococrisp "PM Jason For Custom Title"

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    You mean blackberries... ?
    Blackberry leaves and blackberries are safe. See the safe food lsit.
     
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    I know raspberries and blackberries (I'm not sure which one your talking about) are good, but I'm not sure about the leaves. You could check on the Safe food list. It's so cool that you have berry bush! :)
     
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    cococrisp "PM Jason For Custom Title"

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    Blackberry leaves are on the safe food list.
     
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    Laughs O Lot (JUMBO CRAB)

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    Oh. Are raspberry leaves there too?
     
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    raspberry leaf is fine too
     
  8. Synesthesia

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    Raspberries can be black. I just picked some today. They can also be yellow too.
    They are delicious and the crabbies should be able to eat them, it's just that I never know if mine are eating them.
     
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    Roach "Preparing For First Molt"

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    I have a yellow raspberry bush in my back yard (actually called Golden Raspberries). It still isnt fully bloomed soon but it will be soon and we dont spray it for bugd or anything. I never even thought about them until I read this.
     
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    Golden raspberries are delicious.
    They are slightly sweeter than the black ones. So good.... People don't even bother with these things, but they SHOULD.
     
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    okay i did a recipe i dont know whether my hermies will like it or not,i'll post that later but here it is:

    Black rasberries
    Black rasberry leaves
    Cherries
    Clover:

    smash the rasberries,Slice the leaves cherries and clover.
    Put into your hermies crabitat and let them enjoy!

    and the best part is that its flexible you can put as much as whatever you want in it andmake it a big serving or a small serving :)
     
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    cococrisp "PM Jason For Custom Title"

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    MY hermies love rsberries and cherries! If it goes well I'll have to try that!
     
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