I've read things on how to make fish food, but I wanted to know if there was a way to make DRY fish food.
for cabbage, do I just put in a couple of leaves? and do I take the skin off the peas first? oh, could I put maybe some watermelon in there....?
Oh, I am sure that my hubby will think I am crazy...
I was thinking, and I know devon you probably know what I mean, would nutritional yeast be good for fish? (I figure you know what nutritional yeast is because of the vegan thread)
Actually, activated yeast is what we feed to brine shrimp if/when we want adult brine shrimp of a week or two of size for some of the larger-than-baby fish.
The food I made included:
Spinach (half a bag, but the bag was about the size of an 8x11 sheet of paper, I think)
4 oz. Crab meat from a can
2 packets (about the size of a wallet-sized picture) unflavored gelatin
about 8 oz water
a whole frozen fish (tilapia in my case, but next time will use boneless fillets.. the bones that I didn't find to pull out didn't grind well)
1 medium zucchiniabout 30-40 malaysian trumpet snails (shells were for calcium, but the shells didn't grind completely for me.. so I may skip that next time)
about a palm full of duckweed (more plant matter there)
Salad shrimp, about half a bag.. maybe 4 oz?
2 large cloves of garlic that I had leftover (it was roasted, but left unused from a pasta dish, so it got frozen until I used it in this food)
(I think that is everything I put in it.)
I would use spinach rather than lettuce, mainly because lettuce is mostly water, whereas spinach is a healthy dark leafy green.
Just wondering why you cooked the shrimp? Doesn't all the good stuff leave with cooking?