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    Nori/seaweed

    Which one do you buy from the Asian stores: "Seasoned Nori/Seaweed" or just plain nori/seaweed?

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    For you or your fish to eat :-) I would think plain would be best for a tank.
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    Go plain, wild fish dont have access to spices, unless theyre getting cooked!
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    :lol:
    It's definetly better to stay with the plain stuff- no additives.
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    Most of them in the stores are seasoned for human consumption. I did get the plain one but it is not like a sheet of those seasoned ones. And also my fish and crabs didn't like the plain one.

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    as long as it isn't fouling the water and doesn't contain anything other than natural "seasoning" there should be any problem feeding the seasoned nori to your fish.

    And also my fish and crabs didn't like the plain one.
    Would you go back to eating unseasoned food after you tried it? lol
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    I would get the plain one,Its the type I feed my fish.
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