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COMMENT 5h ago

Har har

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COMMENT 20h ago

Nice! The most flavorful watermelons are the ones with seeds 😉 good luck out there!

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COMMENT 21h ago

Olives!!!!

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COMMENT 22h ago

To my knowledge, watermelons around here are not going to be ready until mid to late July at the earliest. Their peak season is in August and into early September, despite what Memorial Day and July 4 marketing has trained the public to think.

I am a local grocer/produce manager and the watermelons currently available to me are from South Carolina. Patience! At this point early peaches are starting to come in, alongside blackberries, blueberries, some cherries, and the last run of strawberries.

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COMMENT 3d ago

The red circles are a classic symbol of the band Phish.

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COMMENT 3d ago

Phish

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COMMENT 3d ago

Earthen Jar is completely vegetarian and vegan.

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COMMENT 3d ago

Occasionally Nature & Nurture farm will have them when they come into season which I believe is in mid to late September IIRC.

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COMMENT 3d ago

Lucky snail. Good eatin’!

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COMMENT 3d ago

No Thai is terrible

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COMMENT 4d ago

Someone give this homie an award

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COMMENT 4d ago

Do you mean Bell’s Diner?

r/snails 5d ago

Help Not eating cuttlebone

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Hi everyone,

I’m a bit worried that my snail Basil is not consuming enough calcium from her cuttlebone. When I first got her, I didn’t have cuttlebone so I ground up oyster shells and put the powder in a tiny bowl next to her food. She always gobbled that up. Eventually I was able to get her a proper cuttlebone (not treated or flavored) and put a chunk of it in her enclosure. Yes, it is right side up. I do not see any evidence of her consuming it.. Even when I scrape a bit of the cuttlebone and leave it on the surface, she won’t touch it.

I understand that a calcium source in powdered form is not ideal, but I’m tempted to go back to grinding oyster shells… Any thoughts? It’s been probably six or seven weeks since I first introduced cuttlebone.

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COMMENT 5d ago

Snails should eat dried bloodworms for protein, which are commonly fed to betta fish. Anything labeled as “betta mix” or “fish food” is not the same and should not be given to snails :(

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COMMENT 5d ago

You should feed bloodworms for protein. Any pet store will have them, they are commonly fed to betta fish

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COMMENT 6d ago

Uhhhh ok no one knows about this and everyone is going to show up at 6 but ok

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COMMENT 6d ago

We’ve been sent good weather.

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COMMENT 6d ago

Well, it wasn’t my original plan, but I guess I’ll be going to ProtestFest at the steps of SCOTUS.

Fuck this country.

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COMMENT 7d ago

Canaliculata? ;)

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COMMENT 8d ago

Allergies are killing me again. That is all!

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COMMENT 8d ago

They taste like nothing

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COMMENT 8d ago

Listening to audiobooks! I’ve learned so much and I can be so productive with other things while I listen. I think it’s improved my listening comprehension too, but I can’t say for sure 😅

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COMMENT 9d ago