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Old 12-18-2010, 12:44 AM   #11 
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I imagine that would be a pain to deal with snail goo, but I here its also a pain to have a snails overpopulate your tank to.

I dont have any bettas yet but I like your recipe and I will probably do brine shrimp and blood worms a couple times a week. Im not sure what to do about fry food BBS seem like alot of work so I was thinking vinegar eels and some kind of worm. I still need to do a little research on the fry food.
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Old 12-18-2010, 12:13 PM   #12 
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I imagine that would be a pain to deal with snail goo, but I here its also a pain to have a snails overpopulate your tank to.

I dont have any bettas yet but I like your recipe and I will probably do brine shrimp and blood worms a couple times a week. Im not sure what to do about fry food BBS seem like alot of work so I was thinking vinegar eels and some kind of worm. I still need to do a little research on the fry food.
If you buy a pair from me I'll throw in some microworms and vinegar eels for free...some snails too if you want them.

Anyway I'm also considering a paste food for my bettas....just something for a variety and to get them to grow faster (seems like homemade foods are better for growth and development).

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Sounds amazing Ill pm you the details! <3
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Old 12-19-2010, 12:11 AM   #14 
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If you buy a pair from me I'll throw in some microworms and vinegar eels for free...some snails too if you want them.

Anyway I'm also considering a paste food for my bettas....just something for a variety and to get them to grow faster (seems like homemade foods are better for growth and development).
An advantage of homemade food is that you know what's in it and there are no preservatives.
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Yup :) I'll make my homemade food after New Years.
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