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Old 01-28-2015, 08:40 PM   #1
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Frozen mysis defrosted

So i was an idiot and forgot to put my frozen mysis cubes back in the freezer. I discovered it this morning completely thawed out and in a liquid form. Is it still safe to re freeze and feed to my fish and inverts?
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Old 01-28-2015, 08:42 PM   #2
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So i was an idiot and forgot to put my frozen mysis cubes back in the freezer. I discovered it this morning completely thawed out and in a liquid form. Is it still safe to re freeze and feed to my fish and inverts?
I wouldnt keep it more than a day or two. Any longer and it will most likely turn black and be no-good.
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Throw them out, of all.the many frozen foods I keep, mysis smell the worst while still frozen. Can't imagine them keeping well thawed.

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If it was out for an extended period of time it could have easily spoiled. I wouldn't keep it.
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Frozen mysis defrosted

Not worth chancing it. My basic rule, if I wouldn't eat it, don't feed it to the fish. Now I admit that brine shrimp doesn't make up a big part of my personal diet, but it could!


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