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Can you freeze flake fishfood?

Discussion in 'Flake and Pellet' started by thrujenseyes, Nov 22, 2017.

  1. thrujenseyes

    thrujenseyes Member

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    Apparently I paid no attention to the size of this food i purchased online, as it’s almost as big as my tank!
    Can I freeze most of it while I use some so it won’t go bad?
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    Yes, I now do this. I purchase the larger size (which per volume is substantially less expensive thus saving dollars per can) and once I open it I put a small amount in a smaller container (save the empties) and freeze the larger. It supposedly stays fresh.
     
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    Perfect! Thank you


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    Ditto - have done so for years and especially now when I buy by the pound to save a buck or two. However, calculate the price per ounce. Some fish foods offer no price break for their larger sizes.
     

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