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Old 09-23-2005, 06:36 AM   #1
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Blender Mush - anyone use just veggies?

I see that many make fish mush but was wondering if you could do the same thing with just veggies. Like brocolli, spinach, nori, kale and garlic.

Or would it be cool to just add veggies to the fish mush



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Its better to add it with a meaty mush so fish get a more well rounded meal.

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Even better would be to find mostly sea based vegetation if adding it. Terrestrial plants may not be easy broken down by the fish's digestive systems so they may eat it but not get much out of it.
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My blendermush includes nori as an ingredant. You will find that even the herbivores of the tank, tangs for example, will still gulp up the meaty blender mush like there is no tommorow.
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