Frozen food is imo better than dried most of the time(ingredient and nutrition content wise). Is it okay to feed frozen more? Well that depends on what fish you have. I would be fine with feeding a betta, who are carnivorous frozen food once every 2-3 days, but i would feed goldfish frozen bloodworms once every 1-2 weeks.Just wondering if frozen foods like bloodworms, brine shrimp, krill are more nutritious compared to dry foods like pellets or flakes.
Some people say only feed frozen once or twice a week as a treat while others suggest feeding frozen often to condition fish.
Is it ok to feed frozen more?
No, they're not. I rarely feed frozen. Not because they're bad, but flakes and pellets, as much as people complain about the ingredients, make up a complete nutrient profile. For many of us, feeding frozen is more self-indulgence on our part than the actual benefit for the fish.