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Old 07-31-2009, 07:33 PM   #11
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Just give it some time. It has to learn that it's food.

Here's my feeding routine. A piece about 4"x4" soaked in Kent Zoe and GarlicXtreme.


Fold it like a finger football and put on clip, which is zip tied to piece of live rock rubble.


Place in tank and feeding frenzy begins. Every fish in my tank eats it.
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Old 07-31-2009, 08:09 PM   #13
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Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooo
OUCH, That one hurt . I got it, you said not toasted so I thought roasted may have been something different, I wont let it happen again. I got it now.
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Just give it some time. It has to learn that it's food.

Here's my feeding routine. A piece about 4"x4" soaked in Kent Zoe and GarlicXtreme.


Fold it like a finger football and put on clip, which is zip tied to piece of live rock rubble.


Place in tank and feeding frenzy begins. Every fish in my tank eats it.
You have a beautiful tank there Larry, I hope I'll be able to get mine to look as nice. Thanks for the Info and Pictorial it is quite enjoyable. I'll checkout my LFS in the morning for the Garlic extreme and Zoe, if not then I'll order some. I went out before and was able to get straight dried seaweed with nothing else in it, it's not sheets though. I'll try it in the AM since it 's beddy by time for them now. Thanks again.
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Which is the untoasted one? It looks like all of them say that they are toasted or roasted.
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I use a brand called Shirakiku Brand "Onigiri Nori" Dried seaweed. Hope that helps...
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I use a brand called Shirakiku Brand "Onigiri Nori" Dried seaweed. Hope that helps...
I found straight dried seaweed at my LAS however it's not in sheet form, I'll come up with something to feed it to them.
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