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    In my search to find out if fenugreek is suitable to incorporate in my cookies ( not that I haven’t already in mine with no adverse reactions ) I came across these pages. . I am making these for the rabbit rescue to sell at the upcoming festival, so it won’t only be mine eating them..safety first !

    http://www.microfarmlife.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=72&Itemid=84

    MEDICINAL HERBS FOR RABBITS

    * I just noticed a link for a book ( real food for rabbits ) on the first page that none of us care to know about..please ignore that.


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