I'm playing around with some snail food recipes (or should I say "gastropod gastronomy", aka GASTRO-NOMS... hehehe), and I searched whether most of my potential ingredients that I have to work with are safe/good for my snails*, but some I couldn't find out about, so could anyone tell me if they know if any of these are good/bad (and why, if possible)? Thank you!
CANNED: coconut milk, black beans, sweet corn, stewed tomatoes, and mandarin oranges (in juice not in syrup)
DAIRY: milk, soy/almond/coconut milk, cheese/soy cheese, scrambled egg (no salt or oil), egg white meringue (baked/dried, without sugar)
OTHER: barley malt syrup (sprouted barley and water), malted milk powder (wheat flour and malted barley extracts, milk powder, soy lecithin) tapioca starch or granules (in place of gelatine), underripe grapes and bananas (sour and green), spices (cinnamon, dill weed, ginger)
SOAKED AND GROUND: cheerios, almond meal, flaxseeds, chia seeds, pine nuts, pecans, sesame seeds, sushi seaweed (aka nori)
Also, should I sweeten stuff? Or do they not care much about that? I don't want them to not eat it! If yes then what kind and how much? Honey, sugar (white, brown, raw, coarse brown), agave, stevia, monk fruit extract, barley malt syrup, light corn syrup, or just fruit juice..?
*P.S. I have baby to medium GALS (A fulica), medium to large Asian Trampsnails (B similaris), and tiny baby to kid sized Leatherleaf slugs.