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Old 02-23-2005, 07:45 PM   #1
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Anyone feed their fish Nori

The stuff used to wrap up California Rolls. It is seaweed and I was wondering if it is the same as seaweed selects. Way Cheaper but I am not sure if it is safe to use. I can buy a bag at the market for like 1.99 that is 10 times the amount of a seaweed selects green algae pack that costs around $6
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Old 02-23-2005, 07:58 PM   #2
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The Nori is fine to use......... Save a few bucks...
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Yep, I agree.
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Me too. My yellow tang loves it.

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Awesome thanks. I thought they were the same based on the smell :P
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I get mine at the sushi shop in the grocery store. They recently upped their price to $6.50 almost double what I paid last year. Still tons cheaper than the lfs.
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I get mine at the sushi shop in the grocery store. They recently upped their price to $6.50 almost double what I paid last year. Still tons cheaper than the lfs.
You need to go to the asian section in the grocery store !
2 bucks for 20 sheets !
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check ebay. reefmarker sells it very cheap. Great seller as well. gotten lots from him
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I have an Asian market about a mile from home. I buy it all the time to make California Rolls. It is like 1.99 for 30 sheets or cheaper if on sale.
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just make sure that it's not the kind that has been soaked in sauce after being dried out like the small, yellow, korean nori packs lol i feed it to my shrimp but my fish like it too

got some at 10 for 1.49 on sale but it depends on what brand and what type
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