Friday, July 22, 2011

Can Guinea Pigs Eat Baby Corn?

We recently reviewed corn on the cob, and you could argue that this food is actually the same thing. Baby corn is actually immature corn. We think it's different enough to warrant it's own post, though. (We tend to agree with any argument that gives us more food to try!) If you are going to feed baby corn to your piggy, make sure you buy it fresh in the produce section of your grocery store, not in a can. As with regular corn, it's probably best to only give it to us 1-2 times per week.

All for me? This is nice!

Oh, I see. You weren't giving baby corn just to me, you were just feeding us separately.

The humans prevented me from stealing Buffy's food this time, but there's always next time. We left a mess of baby corn kernels in their laps, so hopefully they won't want to repeat this little experiment.

Baby corns are pretty good, but our favorite part of the corn is the husk and the silk. The baby corn didn't come with either one. We'll give baby corn 4/5 stars.

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