Saturday, March 30, 2013

Can Guinea Pigs Eat Micro Greens?

Sorry for the long absence. Our humans have been really busy at work for the past few weeks, and haven't had time to get us new foods and products to try. Shame on you, humans! Where are your priorities?

Today we're going to review micro greens. Micro greens are the seedlings of mature plants. As far as we could determine, micro greens are safe for guinea pigs to eat. However, keep in mind that micro greens have several times as many nutrients as mature plants, and guinea pigs shouldn't get too much calcium. We had trouble finding information on whether micro greens have several times as much calcium, so our advice is to only feed small amounts occasionally.

I swear we didn't eat the ones on the left! The humans used it in their sandwiches.
Tasty!
Bored now.
Micro greens were pretty good, but not good enough for us to eat an entire serving. We'll give micro greens 3/5 stars.

3 comments:

  1. Your Blog is soooo(!) cool . Lola Buffy and Broccolli ,are really cute pigs. Sorry , my english is not so perfect , because I'm from Hungary (Europ)

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  2. Thanks for reading, Virágmézi! Do you have guinea pigs? What are their names?

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