Lennie Posted February 28 Share Posted February 28 (edited) Hey everyone, Hope you are doing well! Lately I'm having issues finding frozen food. I've been trying to find an appropriate way to feed freeze dried food (I have daphnia and tubifex on hand), however, whatever I try, a good amount of portion keeps floating and never sinks. All fish I have likes eating either in the middle or on the bottom of the tank. So anything floats that remains untouched and mostly I have to clean the leftovers and it is painful. Things I've tried: - Soaking the cube in a small cup for some time and trying to make sure the worms get soaked as much as I can - Cutting the cube into really small pieces before I soak them in a cup, worked better than whole cube, but still not very well. - Directly feeding it. It was the worst option for me I watched videos and Cory's/Dean's recommendation about pressing the cube on the glass but my fish, especially rummynoses tend to overeat a lot, even frozen food, and they get really discomfortable afterwards. I can imagine overeating freeze dried food from the glass could lead to even a worse scenario as these food are really dry, as the name says it all. What is your way to feeding freeze dried food without them floating on the surface? Edited February 28 by Lennie Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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