Is anyone using fresh bull kelp as a gutload? I've been using dried kelp in my dry gutload for awhile now. But I prefer to primarily use a wet gutload. Buying dried kelp isnt cheap and not always easy to find, but fresh kelp is free (since I live by the ocean). I thought after the next storm, or next time Im out in a boat, I'd harvest a little kelp and give it a try. I know it has four times as much calcium as phosphorous. Some Magnesium, some Potassium, some Sodium (I wonder if rinsing it well would reduce that, or if its permeated throughout), trace amounts of many other minerals and of vitamins, almost no fat. thoughts? suggestions? If the bugs dont eat it, or if its not good for lizards, I suppose I could add it to soups for me. Or maybe I could dehydrate it and at least have cheaper dry gutload, or I could sprinkle it on things.