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I discovered a useful thing for insectivore-kin! If real grubs aren't your thing, I find the texture craving can be satisfied by wild rice and barley oats that have been soaked or boiled. The kind you make stew with. Would be curious to see if anyone else agrees!
Anonymous
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Albatross 'kin here!!! Got any crustacean recipes, preferably where you have to crack open the shell and dig out the meat? :> thanks!!
Anonymous

Sure, I’ll see if I can find some good lobster and crab recipes and the like.

-Fox

For any birdkin out there, there are these lemon poppyseed soft scones at Safeway. They are amazing. -Ash