Originally Posted by Mo
In some cases yes. If you can offer mthe variation to provide a diet with adequate supplements of each and every needed part of the balanced diet. Which will be very challenging. If you can provide a good staple pellet dry food such as New Life Spectrum or Golden Pearls with once a week feeding of live foods then that will offer variety and a good diet
As Mo said.
I myself use a combination mini Betta Pellets and Omega ones (with some Hikari pellets). I'm planning on getting live food once I go to the pet store with money. I believe live food vs pelelts is kinda like the dry food vs. Canned food for dogs.
The live/canned food has more benefits than the regular dry food :)