I had bought my son's girlfriend a suet feeder and several cakes of suet for christmas. Then my daughter asked if she would be offended, since she's a vegetarian. Dang. I hadn't even thought of that.
So......is there a vegetarian "suet" out there? If so, is it made up of hydrogenated fats....which isn't good for humans either?
I suppose I could make several peanut butter-type concoctions in the cake-shape that would fit in the feeder I got her.
And also give her the recipe.
Any ideas? Thanks.
They have lots of woodpeckers where they live. I think real suet would be better for the birds.........but vegetarians might not agree. :(