yea i know :lol: but see the collard greens still look fresh but just have a spoiled smell to it what you think if i just wash it off and then give it to my beardie you think that would work or dont give it to him at all?pogvitt":33ddmyye said:I wouldn't, and chances are your beardie won't eat it anyway - they can be fairly picky when it comes to food.
yea you right izz he's a very posh creature :lol: but i just brought the collard greens like 3 weeks ago and i have a whole lot more left! i dont wont all of that to go to wasteizz":2cl44g9m said:I think it might be okay but he probaly won't eat it,very posh creatures deserving the best food!!!lol :lol:
see thats the thing i have they look bright green but just have a smell to them and i have alot more left i just dont want it to all go to waste you know what i mean its not slimy or anything it just have a little smell to itcolorourselves":34dth5nq said:i throw that stuff away as soon as it stops looking bright green. i would never give mine anything old it grosses me out. who wants to eat some slimy yellow leaves, not a damn thing thats who.
yea thats what i was thinking gali some of them do look yellow tho but some of them are green also so i was going to wash them off and then give it to my beardie but im just curious what will happen if i feed my beardie spoiled collard greens? and thanks for the advice ima try it out!Gail":is6pqspo said:I've had collards and mustard with that smell but still look ok. It usually just one leaf in the bag messing the whole bunch up. I've fed them before after washing, just make sure there is no discolored or spoiled spots.
Anymore I chop my greens up and store them in a air tight container with multiple layers of paper towels. The towels help keep the excess water off of the greens and makes them last longer.