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Old 09-25-2004, 07:38 PM   #1
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Just Curious Onions

Have any of you guys seen any reasearch on onions. I know garlic has been pushed into the market but i was wondering if onins and hot peppers may have similar beneficial qualities.

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I have not heard of folks adding onion or peppers.

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seachem has this new stuff called entice that uses a banana extract i believe. Its supposed to be targeted specifically just for moorish idols and other very finicky eaters
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garlic, onions and hot peppers... i guess you could just raise the tank temp to boiling and make fish stew!

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I do know that they don't let the Elephants eat onions at the zoo for very obvious reasons. Jeff
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