Between us and Ds, they get carrots, corn, broccoli, Brussels, regular potatoes, cabbages, sweet potatoes, greens, pumpkins, apples, pears, berries, etc.
When I chop the food, there are often tiny pieces which add up to a whole bag in the end, since I usually do several items at once. They happily eat that.
Also, they like the peels of produce, so I'd rather give them the peelings, which are full of nutrients, than compost them, though I am happy to do that too. Not if they want them, though.
They even eat whole pumpkins cut into quarters, and those big, tough stems of collard greens. We split the big stems in half lengthwise so they can get to the marrow. Or, cut them up the stems so that they are about pea sized. The same with carrots. We often cut them into small squares. A food processor is handy for breaking down food for them, too.
Cabbages are often used as enrichment food. You cut a head into 1/2 or 1/4 them, or leave them whole. Then, you suspend it/them from a netted holder. They get to reach up to get bites which both gives them a treat, as well as giving them something to problem solve.
I'm so glad that Tuesday went well!
Disaster movies, eh? Lol! But, at least they came over for the leftovers, which is nice.
I can imagine that they wanted more turkey!
Yes, you can cut the cooked skin into bite-sized pieces. Tango used to stand right there when I made sweet potatoes. Now Krypto does the same!
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