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  1. Anybody else fed this yet? Isn't it awful to feed? Half of it dissolves instantly and makes the water terribly cloudy. I actually had to perform huge water changes immediately after feeding it the first time. I have to feed the cubes frozen now to minimize the mess. Still messy, but much better than feeding it thawed. I also have to absolutely turn the filters off, no matter if I feed it frozen or not. It probably is better to feed a defrosted cube in small portions to small fish, since my neons, platies and juvenile angelfish slurp most of the free floating food particles up. But the package suggests to feed this to Silver Dollars, for example, and they are not exactly small either. The fish do love it though and I also think that the ingredients are great: Brine Shrimp, Mysis, Krill, Spinach, Romaine Lettuce, Red Leaf Lettuce, Spirulina Algae, Menhaden Oil, Sodium Alginate (a seaweed derived binder (that apparently doesn't work D: D: ), What Flour (I assume also for failed binding) and all sorts of vitamins and minerals. I am thinking about trying to add a small dash of agar agar and making it into a firm gel. /rant
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