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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > DIET & CARE > frozen veggies
Last Post by Kokaneeandkahlua at 10/16/2012 5:03 AM (4 Replies)
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User is Offline pitbullsNbuns
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10/14/2012 10:51 AM
 I know this is a dumb question,but you can thaw out frozen veggies and give to rabbits right? Will they still eat them after they have been frozen?

User is Offline Sarita
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10/14/2012 12:37 PM
I don't really know of any frozen veggies that you would want to give since you don't freeze greens.

Most frozen veggies are par boiled too so they aren't raw and then frozen and freezing does change texture.

What type of veggies are you thinking of?

User is Offline pitbullsNbuns
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10/14/2012 12:58 PM
Some extra cabbage we had left over and froze,it hasnt been cooked

User is Offline Sarita
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10/14/2012 1:25 PM
It will still change the texture and be soggy once it's thawed. I know I wouldn't want to eat it.

User is Offline Kokaneeandkahlua
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10/16/2012 5:03 AM
I agree-most veggies that get frozen aren't really bunny veggies (peas, potatoes, asparagus etc) and usually need to be cooked to be edible-like Sarita said, they are limp afterwards Freezing does not inherently change the food at all so in theory it's fine. Frozen fruit is just fine and I often give frozen fruit in the summer as a treat. Additionally I freeze papaya if I buy it so the buns can enjoy it for months.
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