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Old 11-09-2003, 06:02 PM   #1
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Blender Mush??

Ok here goes. I have been hearing alot of talk about feeding corals with blender mush?

First of all what is Blender mush. I will give you a list of corals that i have and let me know if i should be feeding Blender mush or not.

Encrusting Gorgonia, Purple and Green Mushrooms, Open Brain, Long Tentacle Plate, Zoo's, Pumping Xenia, Hammer, Leather Toadstool, Trumpet Coral

I ffed the open brain and the ltp a piece of shrimp twice a week. I also feed Dt's. I have about 10 hermits, 2 pepermints, 8 snails

THis is in a 65 gallon tank. So basically i need to know what is in Blender mush. Should i feed it. How do i feed it? And what does it do. Will i still have to feed the open brain and the ltp or will the mush take care of it?

Sorry for the long post but i really need to know because i want my corals to flurish.

Thanks Brandon
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First of all what is Blender mush.
Blender mush is a mixture of raw fresh seafoods and other stuff you might wanna add, throw it all into a blender and mush it up

Blender mush is a WHOLE tank food. If feeds everything from fish, to corals, to infauna.


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I'm not sure you can go wrong with it, but you need to be forewarned...it is a very potent food, a little goes along way. I feed less than half of what I would feed if using a commercial frozen food.

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You should not have too, but it won't hurt. It's cool to watch them eat anyway.

This is an excellent blender mush recipe...if you want to give it a try. ReefLady's Blender Mush
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