03-08-2009, 12:55 AM
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Originally Posted by aunt kymmie
I feel differently about frozen foods as they can be fresher than "fresh". Let's take brine shrimp, as an example. They are flash frozen and as long as they stay frozen from point A to B they are just as viable nutrition wise as fresh, maybe more so. We have no idea how long the live brine shrimp we are purchasing has been sitting around. JMO. I've been using a new product lately that all my fish LOVE. It's called Super Shrimp. It's brine shrimp that has been enriched with Omega 3 fatty acids, vitamins & amino acids.
What's involved with a brine shrimp hatchery? (as if I needed one more thing in my life to tend to...
Would you consider freeze dried different from frozen? Sorry...I typed the title wrong I assume as I have "freeze dried". I understand what your saying, so..."Super Shrimp", I'll remember that, thanks.