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The Repashy generation.

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My group got Relashy for breakfast today. The product works just as described on the reviews that other people have listed here. It definitely has a strong smell, but nothing too horrible and it firmed up to really good texture quite quickly.

All the fish loved it. I made 1 batch and froze half of it for future use. I hope that Fluffy my floaty fish will tolerate this food and be able to start putting on weight again. Since I switched her to a mostly vegetable diet, she has a lost 4 grams which is a lot for a little fish.

My question is, how much do I feed them? Any advice for me?

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I would go for anywhere between 1-2% of her weight daily, MJ! :)

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I have no idea how much Boog & Clementine weigh :help: So I normally feed a big mouthful (theirs not mine...heehee) each 2-3 times/day. Now that is my homemade gel food...was planning the same for Soilent Green. Takes them 5 minutes to finish chewing this. I feed this way because Clem is so fast and will gobble up food until her mouth won't close.... if I use small pieces...Boog won't get any.

Sound like enough?

Edited by Red

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I hope it is working well for Fluffy :) stan was my first ever floater and she is back in the big tank with not one episode of floating :D

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Sounds about right, Red! :)

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