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Old 06-27-2003, 11:52 PM   #21
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I just had an idea for you mush makers out there if you go to a hobby store and look in the paint section, you'll find little plastic trays for a buck or so that have little dimples in them. The dimples are about 1/2-1" and usualy about 15-20 on a tray.

buy 10 trays. make your mush. pour the mush into the trays. put the trays in the freezer. when they're frozen, pop out your pre-measured mush lumps and feed as desired! (you could even pop them out ahead of time and put them in a baggie to save space in your freezer)

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LOL, he better not!! I'll tell!!!
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not bad billyz but what are the pans used for what they called? its not a paint roller pan is it? MMM BEER goooood!
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I think I'm gonna try that the next time I make mush!! If I had a large tank with lot's of fish, I'd just make them in ice cube trays, but your idea suits my small tank and three fish nicely
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Old 06-27-2003, 11:57 PM   #25
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oh, surry. They're paint mixing trays. They're used for mixing small amounts of paint to get a specific color. Usualy for painting models or figurines, etc.
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I am not old enough to drink....legally

Dont tell mister chunk though
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Old 06-27-2003, 11:59 PM   #27
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I think I'm gonna try that the next time I make mush!! If I had a large tank with lot's of fish, I'd just make them in ice cube trays, but your idea suits my small tank and three fish nicely :wink:
And if I had more than 1 fish I might have a reason to make mush in the first place!! lol
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I only have one fish, but need to feed him what he needs, and doing this everything gets some good grub.
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Old 06-28-2003, 02:06 AM   #29
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I am inspired, think I willmake some too. I will do it when my husband is not around so he doesn't see me using the blender.
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I had another idea last night. If you can't find the pain mixing trays (or don't want to spend the cash) use styrafoam egg cartons. This also lets you make each portion to the exact amount you want, anywhere from enough for 1 fish to 10 fish! (give or take a few ;o) )
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