Brussel sprouts-either you love em or you hate em, but I consider myself in the in-between group (if my grandparents hadn’t tried to force me to eat greenfly &caterpillar speckled sprouts from their garden) I might’ve loved them! They look like mini cabbages and do belong in the cabbage family. What about brussel sprouts for guinea pigs?
Like most of the cabbage family, brussels must be eaten in moderation otherwise can cause gas and bloating. Only one to two times per week though. They are high in vitamin c, sugar, phosphorus and oxelate acid. They can eat the stalks and leaves.