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Any of you have this?

I have a pretty large box of it - it is in a sealable tupperware container. For how long can I keep it? It will take me decades to use it all!

I will try and start adding it to the gel food or something.

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I've never used it but I've had the same problem with large packages of flaked food. It tends to go bad long before you can use it, so I will do as you suggested, and make gel food out of it :)

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I have it and use it with the Guppies and goldfish food when I make gel... I have had it last up to about 2 years just make sure its dark and cool place or you could put it into zip lock bags :)

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I have those for my goldies. I put portions in ziploc bags. But how would you even know if they are no good anymore?

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But how would you even know if they are no good anymore?

:exactly

especially when the vitamins are not good anymore etc.

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I just label my opened food packages/containers and chuck em after six months.

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In away, for me, after awhile if the food doesnt have that nice fresh fish food smell I wont use it. So far it has lasted up to a year for me. :)

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with these I decided to go by crispiness - they are super crispy the flakes. as soon as they loose that I will toss them. made the gel last night - will see how it turns out.

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