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Do birds eat marshmallows?
Yes -- they can and do. They can even catch marshmallows! Note that I refer to marshmallows you buy in the store -- not the 200 year old recipe using real marsh mallow p…lants. However, marshmallows are almost all sugar, so use them in moderation, and prepare for an active puppy.
Only if they've been toasted, they also love "smores"
NOOOOOOO!!! Never feed a hamster a marshmallow!!!! it gets all stuck in the mouth, they can't open their mouth, therefore they can't eat so they will die. I don't …think you want a dead hamster, do you?
Yes, they love them. How I know is that my lil sister that is 5 was eating marshmallows one night on our porch and dropped the bag spilling them all over and off of the porch.… There are squirrels all over our yards and the next morning, I walked out to pick them up so they didn't attract ants and I saw 4 squirrels grubbing on them. They ran when they saw me, so I just left the marshmallows on the ground and later it was all cleaned up. So squirrels love marshmallows.
Yes, marshmallows are safe for a cat to eat. However, due to the really high sugar content I would suggest that you do not feed them to your cat on a regular basis. Too much s…ugar could run the risk of the cat developing diabetes, but feeding them as a very occasional treat should be okay.
Definatly not .
They will puke, but after that they will be fine.
Nothing happens they just get hard. And taste bad. I think.
Yeah, just make sure to take your insulin.
No, ladybugs are carnivores and it only eats meat material.
Yes. Marshmellows are made up of mainly sugar. And therefor they do not 'go off' or 'expire' instead they slowely go hard and stale. So unless you like hard and stale marshmel…lows they are okay to eat up untill then.
Yes the halal ones. The ones that have the word halal on it they can eat. Same with rice krispie treats, and jello.
Most likely, pets are not meant to eat food that humans may eat every day. They should strictly stick to a cat food diet, but in saying that my pets tend to have a bit of toas…t now and again and they aren't sick from it, just be careful what you leave around the house as they aren't built to eat our food!
Yes, it will damage you for life.
Muslims and Jews cannot eat most types of marshmallows since they are made from pig-derived gelatin. Jains and other vegetarian groups (like some Buddhist sects) cannot ea…t marshmallows for the same reason. However, there are forms of cow-derived and vegetable-derived gelatin that can be substituted for pig-derived gelatin. These types of marshmallows can be consumed by people of those religions. Some marshmallow brands are certified as kosher and are made with vegetable gelatin.
Marshmallow is a little problematic with respect to its status under Jewish dietary law. The issue is that marshmallows contain gelatin, and this gelatin usually is made fro…m animal connective tissue (bones and hides, mainly). A lot of gelatin manufacturers don't really want to go to the trouble of ensuring that they use only tissue from kosher animals (which means more than just that the animals themselves are not forbidden; the animals must also be slaughtered in a specified way), so the gelatin winds up being not kosher and the marshmallows are therefore not kosher. However, let's assume that the marshmallows are made with kosher gelatin from kosher beef hides. [Note: the majority of kosher gelatin is derived from fish or seaweed] No problem, then, right? Not right, for Passover. The oil used can be problematic. Corn, canola and soybean oils are not kosher for Passover, so other oils like cottonseed or walnut must be used. Because these are used as "processing aids" and not actual ingredients, they aren't required to be listed on the package. If you want to ensure that you are getting marshmallows that are okay for you to eat during Passover, look for a certification on the package by an organization you trust specifically stating that the product is kosher for Passover. Simple Answer Yes, you can eat kosher for Passover marshmallows during Passover. These marshmallows are readily available at kosher food stores.
Yes they do!! They aren't supposed to eat them regularly because it can cause diabetes from the large amounts of sugar. My cat was just eating some for the first time and love…d them!! I went on Google to search to see of it was ok :P It is ok, don't give them too much :-)