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Old 09-22-2002, 05:50 PM   #1
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Seaweed (NORI) online

The website below sells raw nori for $15 for 100 sheets. I just placed my order given that I have searched up and don for this stuff locally and cant find it. Total cost was around $23 after shipping.

http://www.rawhealth.net/catalog.htm

As always I will report back when the shippment arrives.
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Old 09-24-2002, 08:41 AM   #2
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Great move, Aaron, ordering online. Here in Norfolk nori is readily available from numerous Asian markets. Be sure to purchase plain nori, not the flavored assortment. (And, I love to eat the stuff, too! It is very nutritious!)

My Scopus and Purple Tangs devoured nori. And, I try to always have the clipful for them during lights on. As well, in a second clip I keep filled with a fresh slice of cucumber or one of many squashes. They love this stuff.

A note regarding the nori... after about 2 hours in the tank, uneaten pieces probably should be removed as the older stuff seems to become so mushy it breaks away from the clip on its own, and I do not see my fish interested at this point. Just a thought.

Reading my feeding habits above for my Tangs, do any of you keep your feeding clip(s) full as I do? I have wondered if there is any detriment to feeding them veggies non-stop.

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Old 09-24-2002, 11:42 AM   #3
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Its listed as RAW NORI and I know of other reefers who have used the same product from the same source so I feel it will be good.

The sad part is that they are out of stock on it. So they are to notify me when they have it back instock.
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