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  1. I attached a picture with all my fish foods minus some duckweed, live brine, frozen brine and frozen mysis shrimps. I have two tanks one with 6 cory cats, 6 Harlequin Rasboras, 1 Betta and the other has a single fan tailed goldfish. I have all these foods but I don't see myself finishing them in a timely manner. I don't have freezer space for all these foods what should I do?
  2. I just made my first batch of brine shrimp, and I was wondering what's the best way to prwserve them for feeding my fiah again tonight, and how long they can be preserved for. Thanks!
  3. I recently watched a video that @Ireneput out about fish food and how to store it to keep it fresh. I am using the Xtreme flakes, and Xtreme nano pellets for my fish. I was looking at the jars today and I did not see an expiration date. In the video it was recommended to keep flakes in the fridge and or freeze the fish food to maintain the freshness. Does anyone know how long the Xtreme foods last sitting out of the fridge in a cabinet, and how much longer they would be preserved by refrigerating/freezing them since they don't have an expiration date on them (or at least I did not see it)? How are you storing your dry foods?
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