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Old 09-07-2014, 07:07 PM   #1
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Use for Cyclop-Eeze Gel?

I have a bunch of IO Cyclop-Eeze gel food. I heard it causes a lot of algae. Also, It doesn't work very well for feeding my coral because it stays in gel form and is too big for the coral I want to food.

Anyway, I was mainly wondering if there was any other use for it. (ex. mixing it with frozen brine to make it more nutritious).

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Mix it with tank water it will break up and be easier to use


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I tried that. It broke down a little bit, but not enough to spot feed my zoas and SPS.
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Fish food! They love it. Just don't get carried away with it, use very little. Its way too big for SPS's and I don't think I've every witnessed my zoanthids eating anything, not even reef chilli (that I have noticed). But there are some LPS's and plenty of fish and inverts that love it.
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