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  1. I mainly buy slabs of brine shrimp and blood worms as cubes would be too costly and sometimes I do not need to feed a whole cube. But since the slabs are hard to break apart into portions that you want unless you like going crazy with a hammer and then put it in a separate container but then it will still freeze back together lol. My question is can you refrigerate Frozen Foods for any amount of time (even 12 hours would be fine) before they go bad? I like to use Aquarium coop fry feeder bottles to thaw out and feed a lot of my frozen foods and it would be way easier if I could leave some in the fridge for a day. Thanks in advance!
  2. Seachem flourish says to after being open for three month and easy green does not. Opinions?
  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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