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Question about my Indian Ringneck bullet, and nutrition

Hi all, I have a question. I was eating my dinner tonight and had pepperocinis with it. Is it safe for birds to eat the pepperocini peppers? I wasn't sure so I would not let the birds have any, but my Indian ringneck bullet was awful curious about my peppers. What is safe? I know chilies are fine. I have not found an answer when researching, so I thought I would ask you guys. Don't want to make my birds sick in any way. Thanks.
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I've just looked it up as I hadn't heard of it before, but there's just about no info out there! I avoid feeding anything that doesn't come up
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.... They are a type of pepper... If not pickled or salted should be fine.
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If they are very hot it isn't bad.
Parrots can't taste that and it doesn't harm them.
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If they are very hot it isn't bad.
Parrots can't taste that and it doesn't harm them.
Yes, for parrots, the hotter the better...lol
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Thanks guys!! I appreciate the help.
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