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Posted by Podunk on January 19, 2003 at 10:30:29:

My son is doing a project in school and he has to come up with an invention. Well, he has chosen to invent a premade and prepackaged Reptile Salad. We are going to make at least three mixtures of greens and we are going to use Dandelion, Collards, Mustards, Kale, Escarole, and Bok Choy for these mixtures. We are also going to spray these salad mixtures with a calcium supplement spray made for using on greens and veggies for reptiles. We are just using greens andno veggies or fruits for numerous reasons. First, fruit spoils quicker and would spread decay through out the salad. Second, we have to buy all the materials and if I bought greens, veggies and fruit it would start to get expensive.Third, we couldn't possibly use all that stuff before it went bad.

Here's my question, If a product like this was available, for a reasonable price, would you purchase it? If you could answer this it would be great, we are going to add this to his research for the invention.

Thanks,
Podunk and Podunk Jr. (aka PJ)




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