Kin Food
You should incorporate creative bento boxes into this blog. I think that would be cool.
Anonymous

(God I feel bad about the massive food spam)

Ok the second recipe I mentioned is for Cookies n’ Cream Popcorn, which is technically healthy.  I imagine its good for honestly any life form (but I hear birds like pidgeons have a fondness for popcorn).  Make sure not to get butter popcorn!  And if you can’t get the candy melts at someplace like Kroger, places like Joanns and Hobby Lobby have bags of them in the candy making area.  K-Mart had them around Christmas.

1 bag kettle corn or regular white popcorn
12 Oreos, crushed finely
6 oz vanilla candy melts

- Pop bag of popcorn according to package instructions - listen to your microwave and make sure not to burn the kernels!

Remove any un-popped kernels or you’ll end up with some cracked fillings

- Mix the popcorn and crushed Oreos together until evenly distributed.

- Melt candy melts in the microwave in 30 second intervals, mixing well in between until glossy and smooth.

- Drizzle half of the candy melts over the popcorn and use a rubber spatula to coat evenly.

- Add the rest of the candy melts and toss mixture gently for about a minute.

- Spread mixture onto a large sheet of wax paper and allow candy coating to set completely - about 20 minutes.

Store in an airtight container.

Looking for food ideas for a vegetarian crow! :>
Anonymous

Vegetarian tag

And there’s nut and berry tags.

-Wolf

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!
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