How to Dehydrate BSFL

SkittlesK

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Dehydrating BSFL is actually pretty easy.
You can then use the dehydrated pupa for salad topping; or anything else.
Bird feed, anything.

Follow this guide if you want to get them bigger.
Guide to Growing Phoenix Worms
It's the guide I used to supersize my BSFL.

Start with your spread on the dehydrator:
Dehydrationof BSFL.jpg

And then leave the dehydrator to run for about 8-12 hours.
You want them Dry.!

Food for Dragon.jpg
Leftover food for my dragon.
This is how you want to do it.
You don't want them crawling out of the Food Dehydrator.

What you're left with:
Final product DRY.jpg

Nice dehydrated BSFL that is very versatile.
For many uses that you may think of.
They are very healthy feeders.

Now you have Dried Compost bugs.
Store with a silica gel packet in a cool dry place.
 
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