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  1. I’ve read where people say they feed freeze dried food as a treat. I feed freeze dried food twice weekly as part of my weekly food rotation with staple flakes, staple pellets, live bbs and frozen foods. Is twice weekly too much for freeze dried food? Why do some people consider it to be a treat to be fed only occasionally? I feed Hikari freeze dried from the Co-Op which has added vitamins so I’m thinking that makes it OK for regular feeding. TIA!
  2. Hi! I bought some new fish foods in September. (One of them is Hikari Tropical Micro pellets) I couldn't finish the whole bag in a reasonable time, so I took Irene's advice, and bagged them up in the freezer. It's been about 9 months since I froze the extra food. How long do you think they can stay good?
  3. So I was looking at invert aquatics website to get my axolotl food and I saw they had freeze dried meal worms and I wanted to know if I could feed to to my convict chiclid
  4. My fish absolutely love bloodworms. I keep reading that frozen is better than freeze-dried but there's no real reason as to why. Some say it's because they expand and cause bloat, some say there's less nutrition in them, and some say that they're functionally identical. I'd love to know. I could get frozen blood worms from my big box pet store but 1) I like supporting the coop (they're one of my 2 LFSs, although I've not been in person yet!) and 2) freeze-dried is just easier
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