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I need a quick response, please
Is this a good amount?I only did it once. NO seasonings, one egg and put it in the pan, scramble it lightly. Let it cool then feed it to him/her. I would say mine was a hit. This was over a year ago now. I haven't tried it since. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTB5FQSUa1n6nAZ1fTM5Z_Q
He didn’t end up eating all of it, about 1/2 to 2/3 of it. He has a quick metabolism so I doubt it will cause any issuesI have fed my beardies scrambled eggs once in a while, I microwaved it and just used a few pieces since they are fatty compared to what a beardie is used to. Maybe use a little less than what you have there, not quite a quarter of an egg.
That’s… actually a really good idea! I’ll try that,I came across a trick for boiled eggs a little bit back that makes them much easier to peel. Lightly tap the egg with the back of a spoon (i had better luck with quick taps) you'll hear an audible pop from the egg thats the membrane releasing from the shell. Boil as usual and enjoy easy to peel eggs. Do be careful not to crack the egg while tapping, it makes a mess in the water
Hm… wild beardies sometimes eat their own eggs raw, I’d assume they snack on some other type of egg as well. I wouldn’t try it unless there is professional research on the topic, the hard shells might cause digestive issues.I have seen someone give raw eggs...I think that's more for tegus. I wouldn't try that for my beardies...what do you think?