Bay leaves as the leaf, powdered or crumbled are completely safe to eat. They are great for flavor in quick dishes or soups and strews. A lot of the time they aren't served in the dish because the texture isn't easy to eat. There is a choking hazard associated with bay leaves. If they are crumbled or powdered, that is not an issue.
The animals that most commonly eat bay leaves are insects. Caterpillars are particularly common on bay leaves, as are aphids. Some mammals eat bay leaves too, such as cows and horses.
No, it is not appropriate for them to eat that.
Bay leaves grow on a tree and can be used in cooking - they are safe to eat = Answer = Bay Leaves come from the sweet bay or laurel tree, known botanically as Laurus nobilis. They are often used as a flavoring for soups and stews, but the leaves themselves are bitter and hard to chew, so are generally discarded after cooking.
They eat flowers, leaves, insects and spiders
Chickens can safely eat fresh bay leaves. You can toss some into the chicken coop with them to see if the chickens want to eat them. It is not a good idea to put them with the chicken's food.
Bay leaves are safe to eat, and are a very widely used form of herbal seasoning. But I will add that human digestive tolerances and allergies vary tremendously from person to person, and there are very few things that are safe for absolutely everyone to eat. So chances are bay leaves are safe for you, but it is not a 100% guarantee.
The leaves of salads such as lettuce, spinich celery. Herbs such as parsley, basil and bay and also vegetable leaves such as cabbage.
no they are not
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I was told that eating dried bay leaves was akin to eating broken glass in their potential effects on the digestive system.
12 calories in 3 bay leaves.