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my first chop and birdie bread

this is the first time i have made either of these the chop has mustard greens, broccoli bell peppers red yellow and orange, pumpkin,blueberries, raspberries,cooked brown rice and carrots

the bread has almond flour, almond milk, bananas, blueberries, strawberries, and peaches and yes we ate some with honey on top
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That looks very tasty and healthy, your birds will love you for that.
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That looks awesome! It's so funny because I just tried my hand for the first time on Higgins Worldly Cuisines. I bought four 4oz packs (creamy zen, inca bean salad, african sunset, and tuscan dream) and made them all. I am freezing them in ice cube trays. We shall see how it goes.

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thank you i froze enough for at least a week however i should have made more but was unsure if they would eat it

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Looks delicious!
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my grey eats almost all of his chop i sprinkled some seed on the love birds and gCC chop and they ate a little of it today so that is a plus all the birds loved the birdie bread i thank i will make them birdie bread and let them have some once a week as a treat already have some ideas for next weeks chop

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my grey eats almost all of his chop i sprinkled some seed on the love birds and gCC chop and they ate a little of it today so that is a plus all the birds loved the birdie bread i thank i will make them birdie bread and let them have some once a week as a treat already have some ideas for next weeks chop
Just keep offering the chop and they will start to expect it and chow down. That is how it was for all my smaller birds.

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thank you i will i am very happy i am getting them eating better

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Delicious! Good job!




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