Dry Gutload Recipe

Texas Panther Man

New Member
I noticed you lightly steam your sweet potatos/yams. I started doing that also about 6-7 months ago when I noticed they werent getting eatten as much as the other items being offered. Ive noticed since lightly steaming them for a cpl of mins in the micro that the cricks and dubias eat the yams now.
 

sandrachameleon

Chameleon Enthusiast
I noticed you lightly steam your sweet potatos/yams. I started doing that also about 6-7 months ago when I noticed they werent getting eatten as much as the other items being offered. Ive noticed since lightly steaming them for a cpl of mins in the micro that the cricks and dubias eat the yams now.
Your experience reflects mine. Consumption here too has improved by making it just a bit softer for the bugs to chew on :)
 

pssh

Avid Member
Me three! I've also blended them in a blender with a fruit to make mush and they eat it that way as well. The dubias seem to like it more than crickets. I don't even want to get into the nasty-ness that happens when you give mush to supers. :)
 
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