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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleargreen View Post
    Did he clean them somehow to get the grit out? That's done with snails that are commonly eaten here, they are kept in a net-bag for a while so they poop all the grit and grime out.
    Not idea lol..but hey, if shit gets bad, who knows.. I might be digging a few up and giving it a go hey

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCalibur View Post
    Not idea lol..but hey, if shit gets bad, who knows.. I might be digging a few up and giving it a go hey
    I have to do some digging in the garden the coming week, when I encounter a proper earthworm I'll grab a picture for you, they are huge!
    The compost worms that I have mostly live in manure so they are not really an option and quite small.
    Plenty of woodlice here also which are not far off from shrimp, botanically speaking.
    But I may as well go and catch crayfish somewhere and start farming them.
    So many options available that it's very unlikely that I would starve no matter how bad things may get.

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    eating worms yuc! But they make quick work in my compost pile.
    Cleargeen I use my compost mixed with perlite nothing else added.
    I throw everything in my compost, meats bones, veggies, dairy, eggs, everything my kids don't eat I mean everything. I do balance it with browns and greens to keep it from being loaded with to much nitrogen.


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    Quote Originally Posted by countrytoker34 View Post
    eating worms yuc! But they make quick work in my compost pile.
    Cleargeen I use my compost mixed with perlite nothing else added.
    I throw everything in my compost, meats bones, veggies, dairy, eggs, everything my kids don't eat I mean everything. I do balance it with browns and greens to keep it from being loaded with to much nitrogen.
    I used to chuck bones in as well but it didn't take long for the garden to look like a graveyard because the bones take ages to decompose and somehow always end up on the surface so I stopped doing that to not upset the vegan visitors too much

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleargreen View Post
    I used to chuck bones in as well but it didn't take long for the garden to look like a graveyard because the bones take ages to decompose and somehow always end up on the surface so I stopped doing that to not upset the vegan visitors too much
    Anyone we know???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleargreen View Post
    I used to chuck bones in as well but it didn't take long for the garden to look like a graveyard because the bones take ages to decompose and somehow always end up on the surface so I stopped doing that to not upset the vegan visitors too much
    They do take a while to break down but the whole time it's breaking down it's is feeding your girls calcium and other trace minerals.
    Besides I bake those bones for a while and break them into smaller pieces before adding to my compost.

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    IceCalibur nope, not eating worms my friend, not even in the end days .

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    Quote Originally Posted by countrytoker34 View Post
    IceCalibur nope, not eating worms my friend, not even in the end days .

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    Lol you sure we couldn't tempt you with a little worm soup, added salt and pepper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotshot View Post
    Anyone we know???
    This weird fellow named Donald that always walked around without pants talking to little kids.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cleargreen View Post
    I have to do some digging in the garden the coming week,...
    This is not what you might think btw, I have genuine gardening to do


    @CT34 yeah baking and breaking them would certainly speed up the process, I didn't do any of that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleargreen View Post
    I have to do some digging in the garden the coming week,...


    This is not what you might think btw, I have genuine gardening to do
    You finally had enough of the neighbours hey?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCalibur View Post
    You finally had enough of the neighbours hey?
    My gosh you guys crack me up

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCalibur View Post
    You finally had enough of the neighbours hey?
    I'll be honest with you, if I had to get rid of a body I wouldn't bury it, soil is barely a foot deep here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleargreen View Post
    I'll be honest with you, if I had to get rid of a body I wouldn't bury it, soil is barely a foot deep here
    My dog eats a kilo of raw meat bone a day . I wouldn't be burring any one and it would fuck mi soil up if a did


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    Took a while but here's one of the slimy snakes. Quite a skinny one actually.

    EDIT: see what I did there by calling it a slimy snake? That's to lower the emotional threshold to prepare us all for eating them
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleargreen View Post
    Took a while but here's one of the slimy snakes. Quite a skinny one actually.

    EDIT: see what I did there by calling it a slimy snake? That's to lower the emotional threshold to prepare us all for eating them
    I think the only way I could eat worms, is if they were roasted like to a crisp, lightly salted

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleargreen View Post

    Took a while but here's one of the slimy snakes. Quite a skinny one actually.

    EDIT: see what I did there by calling it a slimy snake? That's to lower the emotional threshold to prepare us all for eating them
    Quote Originally Posted by IceCalibur View Post
    I think the only way I could eat worms, is if they were roasted like to a crisp, lightly salted
    Surely this is a joke yeah? Obviously no one eats worms. Right???

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    Quote Originally Posted by RASTA View Post
    Surely this is a joke yeah? Obviously no one eats worms. Right???

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    Welll ya never know RASTA, it's something we were mucking about last week.. saying what we could eat worst case scenario

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCalibur View Post
    Welll ya never know RASTA, it's something we were mucking about last week.. saying what we could eat worst case scenario
    I'm telling ya'll I'd die!! I would I'd use those worms to fish with tho

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    Quote Originally Posted by countrytoker34 View Post
    I'm telling ya'll I'd die!! I would I'd use those worms to fish with tho

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    Yeahhh I wouldn't mind giving that a shot if we were allowed out in that eventuality lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by RASTA View Post
    Surely this is a joke yeah? Obviously no one eats worms. Right???

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    What's wrong with eating worms?
    "The purpose of our lives is to be happy."
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