www.AlmostNaturalTropicalFishFood.com produces several flakes and pellets that are VERY well received in all the tanks. Their Earthworm flakes are especially liked. This company uses whole fish and shellfish, algae and vegetables in their foods, not any grains or fish meal. I feed their Feshwater Flakes, Algae Flakes and Earthworm Flakes. I also have some other foods by them in the freezer for when I run out of other foods.
Omega One Shrimp Pellets
Algae Wafers that are really algae, not fish meal and fillers with just a smidge of algae.
New Life Spectrum pellets in different sizes for different tanks.
Freeze Dried foods such as Bloodworms, Brine Shrimp, Tubifex, and Daphnia.
Frozen foods such as Bloodworms, Brine Shrimp, Tubifex, and Daphnia, mosquito larvae and Emerald Entre (A San Francisco Brand specialty)
I also make my own frozen food based on the recipe here at Loaches.
Foods from the grocery store include:
Fresh and lightly cooked fruits and vegetables
Shrimp and other shellfish
Happy fish keeping!
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In the morning:
TetraMin Tropical Crisps
TetraMin Tropical Tablets
Tetra Cichlid Sticks
Live white worms (Enchitreus albidus)
Live brine shrimp
Before lights go off:
Tetra Color Bits
31 clown, 5 morleti, 2 sidthimunki
I'm having very good luck with garbanzo beans and high-end pellet food for fat, old cats. Little clown has also taken to eating the insides out of newly- germinated lotus seeds. A testament to a) their massive buccal suction strength and b) their natural gravitation to the annoying.
also salad shrimp and there is a link on the site that has a recipe by martin for a loach jello type substance made of fish, banana, shrimp and they love it.
i tried watermellon as well, spinach, peas but sometimes the peas get messy in the tank. try to feed them. they also will eat banana as well. but that also kinda gets messy in the tank so make it a smaller piece.
i have not tried mushrooms yet. i wonder if they would eat it. oh yes they eat chicken too. i grilled some chicken and threw the scraps in there and they loved it.
they will also eat tuna.
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