|Reject pile for the compost and a pile of clean husks and silks.|
Once I got home, I trimmed the husks down to the clean inside leaves. I also clipped off the dried brown ends of the silks. Good stuff, ready to eat! I won't bother shredding and drying this bunch - it's small enough they'll probably eat it all this week.
|Are you really eating that, Cannoli?|
I threw a few leaves and a bit of silk into the cage. Cannoli dove right in, especially the silks. It was obvious that Boadicea had never experienced corn husks before. She was curious what Noli was eating, but was too suspicious to try it herself. Boadicea has learned about so many new things to eat. We'll see if she eventually gobbles up corn husks as eagerly as my other pigs.