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Old 11-23-2012, 04:36 PM   #11 
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It's like feeding an autistic only peanut butter and jelly because that's all they will eat.
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Old 11-23-2012, 05:04 PM   #12 
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I am recommending it because:
  • It meets a particular need of this discussion by floating well so it can be left for a while for the betta to find, and
  • My rather picky bettas, having rejected a number of other foods, all accepted it, and
  • They're apparently thriving on it, including a baby betta which is growing rapidly and getting good color.
I haven't tried the brands you recommend. Do they float well?
New Life is semi-floating but mine seem to float well. Omega One I heard floats well, I never actually bought it but I know a lot of people who have it. My baby eats NLS, her colors are coming too. ^^
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I have omega one thy are big betta wise I inky feed one. I use hilarious just in moderation. All foods Carter eat are in moderation.
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