Fish Food Recipe - Goopy Food

Fish Food Recipe - Goopy Food

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Hello Fellow Fishlorians!

This is my first ever article, but it won’t be my last.

This is my recipe for Goopy Food(Get the pun?)

The measurements aren’t exact because I just threw together good ingredients to make it.

Romaine Lettuce
Peas(Important to keep the food goopy)
Green beans
Tank water(for ease of mixing)

Step 1:
Measure the ingredients. I eyeballed my ingredients, but I ended up with 20 shrimp(chopped up into small bits), 1 snack baggies of mixed veggies(I used a frozen bag or mixed peas, carrots, and green beans. Fill it until it almost bursts the bag.), 3 leaves of romaine, 3 slices of zuchinni, around 20 earthworms(freeze them first if you’re scared of worms), 1 tilapia fillet(also cut this one into small pieces), and 3 cloves of garlic(I kept it mixed with the shrimp.)

Step 2:
Blend! I did my food in 2 different blends. The first blend was of just the meat(shrimp with garlic, earthworms, and tilapia fillet. Next, I blended all of the veggies.(Peas, carrots, green beans, zuchinni, lettuce.)

Step 3:
Mix! I mixed my food in a large bowl. I put Saran Wrap over the bowl so none of the food is wasted. If you want sinking food, mix the food slowly and not allowing air in. If you want floating food, mix the 2 blends again in a blender.

Step 4:
Freeze! I used gallon bags to where the food is thin enough to take out the bag and snap a piece off easily. Keep it in the freezer and feed it quickly. Do not allow it to thaw and freeze over and over again. After a year, the food should be thrown away due to freezer burn.

Extra ingredients(ones that I didn’t use but could be added easily):
Frozen foods(bloodworms, daphnia, brine shrimp, etc.)
Crushed pellets

Hopefully you liked my first ever article!
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