Although the ice cream is good too (Phish Food), I was just wondering what everyone feeds their little pets? I feed mine bloodworms, krill, plankton, and sometimes for a treat some brine shrimp. They go crazy over the bloodworms, brine shrimp, and plankton, and I occasionally feed my guppies bloodworms in addition to flakes and they gobble them up as well.
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flake food (spirulna flakes, krill flakes, cartenoid flakes, shrimp pellets, algae wafers, frozen worms (a mix of tubifex, blood, black, there might be some earth worms as well) live baby brine shrimp
blood-worm (frozen) brine shrimp (frozen) daphnia/flake a little to community tank and bettas, and cichlid pellets, cichlid flakes, shrimp pellets, pease, carrots, beef or chicken once in awhile, for my angelfish, kribensis, oscar, and blue crayfish
I keep on hand: Flake, Veggie Flake, Small Cichlid pellets, Frezze Dried Tubifex, Freeze Dried Krill, turtle pellets, Sinking catfish pellets, sinking bottom feeder tablets, algae tablets, shrimp puffs, and Frozen Bloodworms, Brine Shrimp Mysis Shrimp, Daphnia, and green peas. From time to time I get live blackworms, brine shrimp, and daphnia.
Most tanks alternate one night flake and tablet, one night frozen. Guppy tanks get flake and veggie flake only. The turtle tank gets flake, cichlid pellets, krill, and tutle pellets.
Just about all my tanks love bloodworms and blackworms. I've only tried the peas a couple times, but they were gone in the morning (guessing the plecos love them, and I know the red eyed tetras like them well.)
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