@CinnamonPearl wrote:Scrambled or hard boiled eggs are other good ways to give your mice protein. It's also good practice to provide fresh vegetables at least twice a week for two hours at a time so they can get nutrients that are absent from their base foods.
When I scramble an egg, is it ok to use canola non-stick spray, or should I use olive oil or something? I've been wanting to let Olimar try scrambled eggs for a while and don't know how to cook them. Though, he doesn't touch the boiled eggs, so I don't know if it'll help by scrambling them.
Ok, so this time I tried with Daisy, last time I tried with Holly. I put a non-moving one, and an active moving one into a bin with her. She just sniffed one and walked away from it like it was nothing, it's weird, she's not scared, just doesn't really acknowledge it's presence....
you can scramble the egg is canola or olive oil, both are fine.
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