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    Default Re: Seafood Mix Recipes Here.....

    Larry/Mat. I know you don't like BH. I thought you had a seafood mix?
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    Greg,

    I have no specific recipe. I try to mix salmon and shrimp at a 60:40 to 50:50 ratio. To that I add various other ingredients like some squid, clams, mussels, cod, etc., along with some flake, freeze dried krill or ocean plankton, and/or ground pellets. I include a green vegetable of some sort and even a odd piece or two of fruit.I also add crushed or liquid vitamins, B complex and C in particular. To my fry mix I also add some ground oyster shell tablets that I get at Fred Meyer's Nutrition for some extra calcium since our water out here is so soft.

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    Thanks Larry. Do you blend the mix up? Then put it into bags?
    Is any item or items you use considered to be your binder?
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    I run it all through an electric meat grinder. I like alot of shrimp because it binds up well and seems to hold it together quite well. I suppose the flake and ground pellets help hold it together as well. I knead it by hand a bit, then just flatten it out in ziplocks.

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    Default Re: Seafood Mix Recipes Here.....

    i just made an all seafood recipie

    1 Lb. Shrimp
    1 Lb. Salmon
    1 Lb. Scallops
    1 Lb. Cod
    1 cup Spinach and peas (boiled 30 sec.)
    1 Tbsp. Paprika powder
    1 whole garlic
    1 cup each of Ocean nutrition Formula 1 and 2
    4 Tbsp. Boyd Vita-Chem

    First time making food but i'll see how the fish like it....

    all of it went through a food processor and then mixed in a bowl


    edit: this recipie also does not just fall apart in the water
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    2jzpower. That should work. Fish eat better then we do sometimes. LOL!
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    hahaha they were doing the "i dunno what this is nibble" at first but now they're all trying to fight over who gets to eat it first.... so i'm guessing this was a success

    and yes fish eat better.. lol i went shopping with my friends and they looked at me like i was crazy...... and then i started mixing LOL!
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    Default Re: Seafood Mix Recipes Here.....

    Sometimes it doesn't even need to be mixed up


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    Hey G What kind is the tanchu?

    I will make Al's recipe(adapted) when the time comes.
    I've heard discus don't eat the seafood mixes with as much gusto as the BH mixes anyone can comment on this?
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    Ed It's a poor example of a Tancho Showa. The tancho mark is square and it should be round and the sumi/black hasn't come up. It's still gray and below the skin's surface

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    ED.
    I've heard discus don't eat the seafood mixes with as much gusto as the BH mixes anyone can comment on this?
    I think that comment has some factors involved like was that persons BH a mix with shrimp already? A bit of cod?
    Or straight BH?

    Let's say just to make this easier they had some shrimp in their BH and had been feeding that for a while.

    I would think the first time they fed an all seafood mix you wouldn't see the gusto. I know I didn't.

    I think the sea food mix should be fed in the morning in order to counter that problem. Go with your BH mix later. I was doing that for a while tell I ran out of sea food mix. Time to hit the fish store again.

    I love making my own food experimenting with different foods. When you know they are eating healthy knowing what's truly in the food you are feeding satisfaction comes from that.
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    Default Re: Seafood Mix Recipes Here.....

    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Richardson View Post
    ED.

    I think that comment has some factors involved like was that persons BH a mix with shrimp already? A bit of cod?
    Or straight BH?

    Let's say just to make this easier they had some shrimp in their BH and had been feeding that for a while.

    I would think the first time they fed an all seafood mix you wouldn't see the gusto. I know I didn't.

    I think the sea food mix should be fed in the morning in order to counter that problem. Go with your BH mix later. I was doing that for a while tell I ran out of sea food mix. Time to hit the fish store again.

    I love making my own food experimenting with different foods. When you know they are eating healthy knowing what's truly in the food you are feeding satisfaction comes from that.
    Yup, the BH mix had both shrimp and Cod! you are the man

    I was asking so I could figure out when was the right time to feed the seafood mix so you also answered that for me, thanks
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    Default Re: Seafood Mix Recipes Here.....

    Now, after you get it into the bags do you freeze it?

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    Yes. Bags are cheap. So I place small amount in each bag to flatten it out so it's easy to break.
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    I am suprised not to see more Tilapia in peoples recipies is there a reason for this?

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