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I have just had a quick look about on Google and YouTube about Brine Shrimp. They look pretty easy to make and sound like a good food source for my fish so I'm going to give it a go. I managed to pick up 20g of eggs on eBay for £1.80 (or $2.80 if you don't know what £ is). When making these you add about 10g of salt to the water. When feeding these to my fish, won't the satly brine shrimp water contaminate the tank? Would be grateful for some advice on doing it too.
One of the easiest ways I've heard is to use a brine shrimp net to get them out then wash them out in some tank water in another container so it washes the salt off then you can add them. There are other ways of taking some water out then adding fresh water basically repeating this until you think the amount of salt is barely anything left.
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