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Old 09-25-2002, 11:34 AM   #1
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Hi All! Ever heard of it? I use this recipe in feeding my tank. It consists of raw shrimp, scallop, clams, krill, raw fish(as long as not to oily), nori and I blend it all up and add a little tank salt water and spread it out in a freezer bag and freeze.
I then break off a chunk and feed my reef. Everything in the tank loves it! Just thought I would share! Johnny
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Johnnie,

Great combo. I know your fish will feast upon it, and they will think you are a terrific cook, too! =] At dinnertime (4 times a day for the 180 due to the Anthias population), I tell my fish they are having KFC or Taco Bell or Micky's delight. They scoff it down every time.

Oh, and adding a little pressed garlic to the recipe and fish vits would be goodm too. I add salmon to any recipe. I have read, though salmon is a bit oily, this flesh is very helpful in bringing out the colors in tropical fish. I host Anthias, and I cannot believe their color combos, which showed up after I began feeding them bits of salmon. Also, salmon has the import Omega3 fat which is beneficial to fish and man, both.

Also, an aside. The Dollar Stores are currently carrying a 7-day pill container. Each day is a separate screw on container (screwed to the next day/container.) They are small and hold a daily portion of mixed food. I purchased several sets and make several recipes and then alternate the containersful, storing in my freezer.

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Old 09-26-2002, 12:53 AM   #3
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Johnny,

What a great idea! I'll be giving this a try soon.

Thanks!
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