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How're these mixes?

Discussion in 'Foods, Treats & Home Recipes.' started by NotaMallard, Sep 11, 2008.

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  1. NotaMallard

    NotaMallard "First Molt, A Success"

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    I only have one crabby right now (I know, I'm getting more when they come in) and I've been on a food-making frenzy. I know they like variety, so I made a couple. I wanted to ask you guys whether they're good or what I should add. And keep in mind this is what I found laying around the house!

    Backyard Mix: Dried oak leaves, soaked and crushed acorns, dandelion leaves, red raspberry leaves.

    Sea Mix: Chemical-free fish food, additive-free banana chips, rolled oats, bloodworms, and dried baby shrimp.

    Cabinet Crap: Rolled oats, whole-wheat couscous, lentils, wild rice, crushed eggshells. All organic.

    Trail Mix: Rolled oats, bloodworms (infested trailmix, now) dried papaya, dates, raisins, dried apricot

    He's also got some fresh veggies and fruit. He loves green grapes.
     
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    Dezzi "First Molt In Progress"

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    Hi, I think my 1 crab would dine on ALL of those!!! I haven't found anything so far that he will pass on! I had a few picky eaters, but they are trying new things now, they also love grapes~! But ALL of my crabs Love this mix- Corn Meal with No Additives, Baby food: Tender Golden Sweet Potatoes, & a Sprinkle of Cuttlebone. I Mix all that together, & They go Nuts over it! I actually got that recipe from this site:)
     
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    HermitPaws "Fourth Molt, A Success"

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    Lool like someone been doing their homework!!! LOL
    NIce job
     
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    NotaMallard "First Molt, A Success"

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    Thanks, I'm glad they're acceptable. Right now their favorite is the sea mix one, and the bloodworms are always picked out of the food dish.
     
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    Dezzi "First Molt In Progress"

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    Where do you get your Bloodworms at? I really want to try your sea mix! Thank You!! :D
     
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    NotaMallard "First Molt, A Success"

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    I actually just bought a container of freezedried ones in the fish food section of my local mom 'n pop store.
     
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