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ok i have a question for everyone their are no wrong answers but i want to know what you guys feed your fish since i wanna start making Harold food. i have read a lot of recipes and im a pretty good cook but i need something thats not.... like i need something a 12-14 year old would be capable to make. and if you are making goldfish food could i mix Harold's regular food with it?

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Guest Isilme

You can put prepaid made fishfood into your own mix. This way you can use food that's good quality, but won't sink for example.

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Gel food is just about the easiest thing there is to make. First, there are no rules. Just mix in anything you can think of that a goldfish might like. Steam vegetables. Liquefy anything that might be chunky in a food processor or blender. Below is a link to Koko's Gel Food Recipes. I vary the directions a little bit. After I've mixed up my concoction of foods, I mix in a packet of unflavored gelatin and heat it in the microwave until it's nice and hot, but just short of boiling. Then pour it in a wide, flat container and in the fridge it goes to set up. Just remember, you're not feeding an army here so you should have about a cup's worth of food. If you make too much, i.e., more than what will be used in a week (it will go bad because it is real food), cut it up into sections and freeze. Then you can take a section out as needed. The other cool trick I discovered is using a garlic press to feed the gel food. So much easier that chopping the food into little pieces. Just cut a chunk of gel food, place it in the garlic press and, squish! Cut off the gel food "worms" with a knife and your fish have perfect bite sized bits of food.

Koko's Gel Food Recipes

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ok thanks i will test a few recipes with Harold He's the ulmtimate judge!

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