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Zesty Blood Orange Diet Coke has a good Diet Coke taste and you can really pick up on the citrussy punch of the orange; it almost has a black pepper bite to it which makes me not rate it a full five stars. The peppery bite to it can probably be attributed to the preservatives and flavorings used in sodas but also could be from natural sources like the oil from the peel of the blood orange. I liked my first can two weeks ago and bought it an 8 pack this week for $3.33 from Wal-Mart and I don't think I'd buy this flavor again; I'm going to stick to Mango Twist and Ginger Lime.
I love the flavor of this cereal; they add in dried halves of strawberries and when you go to eat it with milk the strawberries plump up and make for a very tasty mouthful. Every morsel is delightful and lately I've been using Silk Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk and it just makes for a lovely pairing any time of day. The flakes are made of crunchy rice and wheat which makes for a healthy nourishing cereal.
If you can't do dairy milk try Vanilla Unsweetened Almond Milk in your cereal. I like it because it is tasty and has no weird bite to it; very smooth to use in breakfast foods like cereals, smoothies and coffee drink. Can be mixed with certain fruits and veggies to make super healthy recipes; do not recommend to make pudding though it doesn't hold up well. Usually sold in one quart or half gallon cartons and can come in 4 to 6 packs. Best when served chilled; my cartons were sold shelf-stable but need refrigerated after opening but there are ones that come refrigerated and I don't think can be stored without being cooled.
Diet Peach Tea is tasty and smooth; really satisfies the craving for something sweet and juicy yet contains no sugar or juice. Lipton makes a good black tea as well as green and I am a fan; I buy most of their products in tea or soup form. This product comes in a 16.9 ounce bottle and is sold in a 12 pack for less than $5.00. It does have a peach nectar aroma, so it may have some sort of real peach in there.
Kaytee Plain Daily Rabbit Feed Pellets are a reliable feed for my two rabbits. Each rabbit gets 1/2 a cup and a nice chunk of Timothy Hay for their meal and they seem to enjoy it. Kaytee is well-known for their small animal and bird products and are sold at trusted stores and online. Pellets are a mixture of natural grains with added vitamins and minerals. Ingredients basically lists sun-cured alfalfa meal, wheat middlings, ground grain products, plant protein products, dried cane molasses and other flavors. Not a bad feed if you are a small pet owner and need to watch money.
I do not know why they dye their papaya blue-green but the chunks are yellow, orange and this green color. It looks tasty enough for human consumption but don't try to eat it yourself. I sprinkle 4 to 6 pieces onto my pet's food bowl every so often; they really jump to go eat them and always get picked out first. Eat dessert first then everything else last. High in sugar so it should be given in moderation. OK for rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils, mice and rats.
Bunnies need a huge handful of Timothy Hay every day or every other day to help them digest their food. Bunnies don't vomit so they need this type of high fiber to break down the fresh produce and dried granular pellets going into their bellies. Kaytee makes reliable, pet-friendly products and have been buying this brand for many years. This bag is 24 ounces and does contain dried carrots. They do sell this hay in larger bags and in bale bundles.
I bought this at Wal-Mart and I think my bunnies enjoy it. I mix it in with plain pellets to give their meals a little pizzazz. I rate it 4 stars out of 5 because corn and some of the fillers don't belong in bunny food. This food contains lots of dried fruits and vegetables as well as multiple types of grain. My grown rabbits are on the small side and eat 1/4 Cup to 3/4 Cup of this mixed with plain pellets. Also, you must provide fresh water, fresh dried grass or hay and a clean bowl every day.
Wood shavings are essential when you keep animals. I use this in rabbit cages over a moderate sized layer of old newspaper. I pour it about three inches deep and make sure each rabbit has a clean area to sleep, eat and go potty. I sometimes pour shavings or recycled newspaper litter into their litter box so they know that is where to relieve themselves. Cedar, Pine and Aspen wood shavings all release a natural oil which neutralizes odors, bathes your pet's coat and is also a natural bug repellent. Wood shavings do get kicked around and out by feisty fur-babies but it is a labor of love to clean-up after them. Yay, vacuum cleaning!! A typical bag costs $7.00 to $9.00 and lasts for maybe four cage cleanouts.