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  1. #21

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    It was recommended to me as a flavor by my LFS. I feed a varied diet and the fresh veggies weren't going over very well. Once I soaked them, the fish went nuts. I never tried it on any of the dry foods as the fish never needed encouragement to eat it.


    Feeding schedule:
    Mon: Granules (Tetramin) or Tubifex worms (Omega) or Frozen beef hearts (San Francisco Bay Brand)
    Tues: Flakes (Tetramin) or Shrimp Pellets (Omega) or Dried Krill (Omega)
    Wed: Shrimp (Tetramin) or Algae pellets (Omega)
    Thurs: Dried Bloodworms (Omega) or Egg Yolks
    Fri: Micro Pellets (Hikari) or Frozen Brine Shrimp (Hikari)
    Sat: Veggies or frozen bloodworms (San Francisco Bay Brand)
    Sun: No food
    Last edited by Cygnus; 02-27-2014 at 04:35 PM.
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    Nice variety in your feeding schedule, your fish are fortunate...and I see Sunday is fast day, like alot of others here
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  3. #23

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slaphppy7 View Post
    Nice variety in your feeding schedule, your fish are fortunate...and I see Sunday is fast day, like alot of others here
    That was recommended to me at the store where I get my fish. I eat a varied diet, so why shouldn't the fish? Skipping a day doesn't seem to bother the fish any, so that doesn't seem like a bad thing.
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  4. #24

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cygnus View Post
    That was recommended to me at the store where I get my fish. I eat a varied diet, so why shouldn't the fish? Skipping a day doesn't seem to bother the fish any, so that doesn't seem like a bad thing.
    Precisely....I need to incorporate a fasting day into my schedule, too...I may have to give that Garlic Guard a try, my fish don't seem to devour their fresh veggies like they used to
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    It also works well for the snails when I throw in a carrot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slaphppy7 View Post
    I can't recall right now which ones are affected, another member here advised me that the dry worms cause distress in some of their fish....do try the soaking method, I'm willing to bet your fish will like them better that way
    It's hard to imagine that they will like them better, they absolutely destroy fdbw on the days that I feed them. But if it's better for their health I will definitely try them soaked.

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    I have my bloodworms soaking in garlic guard now for today's feeding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cygnus View Post
    I have my bloodworms soaking in garlic guard now for today's feeding.
    Get us a video of the frenzy when it happens?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stingrayg4 View Post
    It's hard to imagine that they will like them better, they absolutely destroy fdbw on the days that I feed them. But if it's better for their health I will definitely try them soaked.

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    Will they lose any nutrients if they are soaked for a couple of hours? I feed FD bloodworms to my surface eaters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gronlaura View Post
    Will they lose any nutrients if they are soaked for a couple of hours? I feed FD bloodworms to my surface eaters.
    Good question. I hadn't considered that.

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