Ocean Nutrition F1 Frozen

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Anyone using this or recommend it?

I wanted to get something highly beneficial to both my new dottyback in the nano fowlr and also my Betta in his 3.5g and the 35g community freshwater adoption tank I got a couple days ago.
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It does say pseudochromis on the back so I know that's good.
 
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Never tried it. I make my own frozen food
I was about to but I already do so much cooking on a daily basis that $10 every 6-9 months for all my fish isn't bad because they get so many other foods besides this. Like straight mysis, brine, blood worms and such. This is just supplementary I was hoping.
 

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I was about to but I already do so much cooking on a daily basis that $10 every 6-9 months for all my fish isn't bad because they get so many other foods besides this. Like straight mysis, brine, blood worms and such. This is just supplementary I was hoping.
None of mine gets cooked just get table shrimp,clams, garlic cloves, fresh hatched brine, frozen my sis and a sheet of nori. Throw it all in the blender. Once it's blended then I just flatten it out in a gallon zip lock bag. I only feed that and supplement with pellets
 

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That looks fine. However, it looks like it's mostly water, and not super high in any nutrients. May not be the best value. But fine for supplementation, I would think.
 
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That looks fine. However, it looks like it's mostly water, and not super high in any nutrients. May not be the best value. But fine for supplementation, I would think.
That's actually one of the largest reasons I was second guessing the food but then I remembered vitamin retention from supplements is horrible unless there's a binder to keep it in their system long enough. It's like how vitamins don't work for people either unless there's already a binding agent for our bodies absorb it. Otherwise it just becomes waste. At least they're getting some form of supplements and it's #1 ingredient is mysis.
 
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