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NFC: Re: cutting up worms

Those small hand-held dicers, the kind with the 6-8 small pizza cutter
shaped wheels, work great too. Slices a few worms up nicely on an old
garage sale cutting board.

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You mean to tell me you've never thrown fistfulls of worms in the blender?

Of course you probably want to get a small el-cheapo blender for this
purpose but when you're done you can recycle the cube trays that frozen fish
food comes in by freezing frappe'd earthworm.

Chris Hedemark - Hillsborough, NC
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From: <CEFCHURCH at aol_com>
To: <nfc at actwin_com>
Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2001 8:51 AM
Subject: NFC: cutting up worms

> I have a decent culture of compost worms going in the basement.  The
> love them but I never seem to be able to get them cut up small enough.
> Anyone/everyone want to share how they chop up their worms?
> Chuck Church
> Indianapolis, Indiana USA

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