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Old 01-25-2012, 07:15 AM
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Re: Parrot-Safe Products

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Re: Parrot-Safe Products

Quote: Originally Posted by Abzeez View Post
I heard tomato is not good for parrots. To much acid.
Sure dude tomato is very bad for parrot's health but green pepper could
be very beneficial for parrot's health, my parrot also eat green pepper to much.
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Re: Parrot-Safe Products

Are the newer nonstick ceramic coated frying pans parrot safe?
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Re: Parrot-Safe Products

Sure. A good recipe is to add 1/2 of a lemon, dash of salt, pinch of pepper and 1/4 stick of butter to your ceramic non-greased pan and cook your parrot on each side for 4 minutes on each side at 250 degrees. M'mmmm, good. !
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Are the newer ceramic non stick pans safe?
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Re: Parrot-Safe Products

So far, there has not been any problems with these products, however, you might want to do as much research as you can on whatever product/brand you are considering because there is a wide difference in quality and several of the lower end brands are either losing their non-stick properties after only a few uses or they are defective from the get-go...the major problems seem to be cleaning used pots & pans after use.....
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Can Rio my BFP have Grapes?
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Can Rio my BFP have Grapes?
Yes, she sure can.
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Re: Parrot-Safe Products

Does anyone know if Revlon brand hairdryers are safe? I've had Pippi for about 2.5 months, but now that it's getting colder, I was thinking of blow-drying her after baths. I know some people do this, but I'm not sure my dryer is bird-safe. Any thoughts on blow-drying birds after baths or on Revlon products would be appreciated. Thanks!
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