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    Food mixes that are good for your FISH!

    HI Guys,

    I was looking for some options based on food mixes for fish.

    I am currently feeding a frozen Brine shrimp along with a marine complete food slow sinking morsels.

    I would like to provide a bite more varity and also insure good healthy fish.

    cman

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    Cman, I use a blender mash mixture. I take fresh seafood (fillets, scallops, shrimp, clams, oysters - basically a good mix of what I can get at my local store) blend well in a blender with a little water. I then freeze this mash in a sandwich bag in the freezer (makes many bags, depending upon how much I put in). When it is time to feed the fish, I break off a chunk and put in the blender. Add a cup of RO water, 2 or 3 drops of Selcon, a piece of nori and blend well. This I pour into the tank and watch the fish and shrimps go after it.

    I use fresh seafood to avoid preservatives, etc. and I will use frozen if no additional colouring/preservatives are listed on the ingredients.

    I have complete control over how much to feed and what size the particles are.

    Vickie

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