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Old 10-17-2004, 04:59 PM   #11
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Blender Mush? please explain.
You take....
6 fresh shrimp
2 oysters or clams
2 sheets of dried seaweed
2 tablespoons of fresh chopped garlic with juice
golfball sized pieces of :
Tuna
Salmon
Ahi
small handfull of fresh scallops...
1 cup of water from my tank
1 big squirt of invert food

Place in blender till semi smooth...
Line cookie sheet with plastic wrap....
pour contents over plastic and freeze, next morning break into small serving sized chunks and put into tupperwear bowl !
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Old 10-19-2004, 04:14 PM   #12
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how long does it last (batch)
do your fish inhale it (greedily)
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when you make your own mix of frozen and dried etc... thats what i use, mush it all together and add some vitamins (i use Zoe by kent marine), freeze it and break off pieces as you need it. there is a link to a recipie online... um... i dont have it, but it was posted in a recent thread.... anyone?
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Blender mush is when you make your own frozen creation. You can add some clams, fish, scallops, cyclop-ezze, flakes, pellet, krill, etc. and blend them to create blender mush which you will freeze for storage and take what you need for feedings.
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Old 10-19-2004, 08:03 PM   #15
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I cant use oysters or clams (deadly allergic). However that sounds like a viable option.
BTW Ahi is tuna. (hawaiian)
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