14 days later…

Well, I hope you weren’t getting too excited about the 14 day wormery inspection! As you can see, there’s not a great deal of change, although at least the wormies haven’t pushed everything to the side of their ‘plate’, like a child re-arranging its food when trying to avoid a brussels sprout! At least there were only two of the wee fellas squirming around at the top of the bin. Presumably the spec-less ones eventually blundered their way home and decided to stay put – hopefully they’ll give their pals a shout to join them! Anyway, in the hope of giving things a helping hand, I’ve taken the advice of fellow blogger and experienced worm person, Cecilia, at http://thekitchensgarden.wordpress.com who suggested cooking the tougher veg before offering it to the worms. Hopefully this method will make the food more palatable for the wee fellas and that they will appreciate all this special effort on my part!

I only hope that you can contain yourselves until this time next week for the three-week inspection!

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2 Responses to “14 days later…”

  1. ceciliag Says:

    I was excited and still am, they are probably breeding down there! Did i tell you that mine love old melons! anyway I am galvanised by your worms and shall shortly haul some of mine out for a photo shoot.. Then i will write it up properly and not keep repeating myself. i love the worms! c

  2. garybuie01 Says:

    Breeding? The instruction manual never said anything about SEX for goodness sake – in MY KITCHEN! Whatever next!!! Looking forward to seeing some of your wormies in the near future!
    Christine
    P.S. Thanks for the melon info, unfortunately We aren’t keen!

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