Okay I just ordered some stuff from the addiction store: Mangrove Meal - Mangrove meal is dried, ground, young (12"-16") Hawaiian red mangrove plants. Your land hermit crabs will enjoy munching on this treat. It is full of the cellulose and nitrogen needed in order for the crabs to manufacture chitin (one of the main components of the exoskeleton) when molting. Highly nutritious and beneficial. Nutrition Supplement Kit - cuttlebone treats in a 1.5x1.5 bag: chamomile, green tea, beepollen, carrot, banana, kelp, hibiscus, wheatgrass, spinach, beet, calendula, pink rose and passionflower. Flower Chillys: Sunflower and Hibiscus. Fruit Chillys: Pineapple and Honey & Pollen. Oyster shells, sea bisquit, coral calcium, mini starfish, plastic spoon and a fish oil capsule. Since my crabs are brand new and for future ones- Sick PPS Kit - This mix is for brand new crabs or ones that are sick. The kit includes royal jelly honey stick, spirulina powder, crystal red shrimp, dandelion root, powdered whole egg, egg shells, earthworm castings and organic boost powder. Variety Jar Pack #2 - Dandelion Root, Turkey, Golden Raisins, Red Bell Peppers, Green Peas, Raspberry Leaf, Egg Powder, Meal Worms,Sprouting Red Lentil Seeds, Vegetable Pasta, Goji Berries, Lentil Mix,Mixed Grains,Roasted Corn,Green Beans, Bee Pollen Powder, Pumpkin Seed Powder, Carrot Powder, Morning Mix,Alfalfa seeds,Red Clover seeds, Buckwheat seeds, Chia seeds. Question....lol.....what do I do with it once I get it? I mean. I know they should get protein, veggies, and fruit daily. But when do you give the other stuff that don't really fit into that category? And how much? One is about the size of a quarter and the other is smaller. I have given banana (which they seem to love) freeze dried shrimp (didn't notice any eaten. Today I gave meal worms, rice crispies, added cuttle bone. We are on day three for Sandy and day two for Sebastian, so they are fairly new, still trying things out. Good thing I have a turtle and fish as they can share some of the grub.