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Cauliflower leaves

Postby TDever » Fri Apr 17, 2020 9:24 am

Can beardies eat the cauliflower leaves?
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Re: Cauliflower leaves

Postby Wickedpogana » Sat Apr 18, 2020 2:44 am

Cauliflower has a high water content but its calcium phosphorus content ratio is pretty good. Long story short cauliflower cannot be eaten by bearded dragons. If they have a nibble of them they will be fine but nothing more than that.
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Re: Cauliflower leaves

Postby Claudiusx » Sat Apr 18, 2020 6:15 am

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Re: Cauliflower leaves

Postby Claudiusx » Sat Apr 18, 2020 6:20 am

I can't find any info specifically on the leaves themselves, but they should be fine occasionally. I wouldn't make them a mainstay simply because there is no real data on them.

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Re: Cauliflower leaves

Postby MrSpectrum » Sat Apr 18, 2020 7:14 am

Wickedpogana wrote:Cauliflower has a high water content but its calcium phosphorus content ratio is pretty good. Long story short cauliflower cannot be eaten by bearded dragons. If they have a nibble of them they will be fine but nothing more than that.

If you're going to copy an online source word for word, it's a good idea to attribute the source.
In this case, it's http://www.onlinebeardeddragoncare.com/ ... uliflower/
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Re: Cauliflower leaves

Postby Wickedpogana » Thu May 28, 2020 2:12 am

MrSpectrum wrote:
Wickedpogana wrote:Cauliflower has a high water content but its calcium phosphorus content ratio is pretty good. Long story short cauliflower cannot be eaten by bearded dragons. If they have a nibble of them they will be fine but nothing more than that.

If you're going to copy an online source word for word, it's a good idea to attribute the source.
In this case, it's http://www.onlinebeardeddragoncare.com/ ... uliflower/

I read that didnt say I didnt. Shun me for using information I dont have to quote jack of anything on the web its public domain they dont have any exclusive rights to nutritional values and facts lmao. Sue me, I have photographic memorization I dont need to link something to get my point across I use my words,I couple what I hear with common sense and decifer what I hear with my own thoughts not repeat like a sheep . Lead dont follow MrSpecreum when you hear outdated thoughts integrate it with 2020 ideology and not the 80s. It wasnt word for word I laid down the nutritional values that cant be reworded lmfao? It ofcourse came from somewhere I'm obvisouly not in a lab coat in a lab testing vegetables go somewhere with that.You sir sure have been trying hard to get me and this isn't the first time I laid you out lol . Go read all my more recently made post, maybe you'll learn a thing or too and probably aquire enough for a reply like this pile of gold right here . I know cauliflower has high phosphorus content which is relatively known bad for beardies So I'm sure you could find that out from a bunch of diffrenet links with identical grammar wording etc I dont fold to bs I have a life as it took me awhile to get back to you so dont even bother as when I hit reply I have already forgotten, just like spinach has things not so great like high folic acid which causes runny stool . Alot of veggies have copper and magnesium such example being kale I mean im down to get down to the atom binding structure talk I'm diverse it isnt hard to find this information I'm sorry I did the information surfing that most here didnt do which seems like thats what your use to is the same ole tired debate replying to the same thing with toxicity . Google the BACKFIRE EFFECT
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