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Old 04-07-2012, 04:39 PM   #11
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thanks got some pears in the kitchen so I will try them with it tomorrow I tried melon once but they wernt interested, what about banana?

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Thats great! Just be careful with the corn- its very heavy on starches. My guys love pieces of tangerine, chunks of melon (particularly watermelon), bits of grape, berries, soft pears, apples, etc for fruits.
Oooo.... Pears, yum, have to try that. Watermelon and pears they love. I tried apples once but after blanching a piece, to make it softer, it fell apart and would not hold in the veggie clip. I don't feed corn (or potatoes), nope. Mine dig on Kidney beans (skins off) also, they are a bit starchy but they only get a small bit once a month on taco night.
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No harm in trying some banana but I imagine it may make a bit of a mess!
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got a bit of pear in my tank atm n they are loving it so thank u for suggesting it

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On occasion I will treat my gold fish to a slice of orange or lime. I cut a thin slice and use a veggie clip. They go crazy for it! I will usually only do this when I know I will be cleaning the tank shortly. It could mess with your PH. (only an occasional treat)
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