jwcarlson Posted January 31, 2022 Share Posted January 31, 2022 Does anyone freeze or refrigerate excess dry foods to extend their shelf life? I'm sure I'm not the only one who tends to over buy fish food. Truthfully, I probably have well over a year's worth considering the Aquarium Co-Op fry food, Xtreme Krill Flakes, freeze dried blood worms, and various wafers/shrimp stuff. I'm used to oscars blowing through Hikari BioGold many years ago so this wasn't ever much of a concern. Any special guidelines for doing this? I can vacuum seal if that would be a better idea, but considering the almost non-existent moisture content, I'm not sure how much that would help. What I'm picturing is me having a smaller secondary container that I go put some frozen dry food into when I'm empty of a certain type. A couple weeks' worth or something like that. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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