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Old 09-11-2012, 03:39 PM   #1
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Are scallops safe?

I'm going to get some seafood and make a carnivores delight mix. Oysters, shrimp, octopus(maybe), mysis, brine... Things of that nature. Can I use scallops? I plan on freezing it in a thin sheet and feeding bits of it to the clown goby I will be getting. Anything else I may want to add? Should I use a little garlic too? I plan on mixing the seafood with water. I could boil the garlic in the water first and then mix it with everything and blend it up.
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safe, scallop

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