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Posted by bexley on April 23, 2003 at 10:04:23:
In Reply to: Food Chopping Question posted by georgio on April 22, 2003 at 20:32:24:
Leafy greens I all do by hand. I mix them all in the bottom drawer of my fridge, and grab what I need each morning. Wash it off, give it a good shake, then I roll them all together into a tube. I cut the tube lengthwise, then chop roughly and I get nice sized greens all mixed together. I wash when I use because it keeps better in the fridge that way, and also its extra water when they eat.
Veggies, I run through a food processor once a month, and freeze in week-long baggies. Typically I throw in a squash, a couple of cups of green beans, a bell pepper (they prefer red or orange ones it seems) and whatever veggies are on hand. This goes on top of the fresh greens each day.
:I do not own an Iguana but I thought I'd come to the king of herbivorous lizards forum to ask a question. I have an Egyptian Uromastyx who is 3.5 pounds and eats like a pig (all leafy greens). I was wondering if any of you could suggest a food processor/chopper of somesort that would make preparing food easier. He goes through 3 of the large bunches of greens every couple days and it is quite a pain to chop them all (as I'm sure most of you know). Any suggestions?