Re: NANFA-- frozen worms
Thu, 13 Feb 2003 10:58:35 EST

In a message dated 2/12/03 7:39:47 PM Mountain Standard Time, writes:

> Does anyone puree' earth worms and freeze them for later use

Moon, I think earthworms freeze up o.k., they don't thaw out very good.
Meaning they create puddles of water when thawed and can become quite soft.
If you don't add moisture to them and allow them to kind of freeze dry, they
are the least messy to deal with. Plus, I feed them still frozen. They are
heavy enough to sink in the water & then who cares how messy they may be.
Personally, I keep a couple of tubs of worms going pretty much year round and
I can be found out in church or school parking lots on rainy nights
replenishing my supply. Here in Idaho, that's not that many nights as we
only got 6" of precip last year.

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