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Rods food opinions

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Mar 8, 2016
#1
Just ask title States just curious if anybody has this uses this and or is happy or not with this food thanks

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Diesel

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Joined
Oct 16, 2011
#2
Rods and LRC Larry's are the leading quality frozen food suppliers as we speak.
I mix both together with fresh frozen blackworms and PE Mysis, mix that with selcon a pinch of Focus and Metronidazole against parasites
and you have a ****************** brew :hungry:
 
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Mar 8, 2016
#4
Lol nice. Concentration of rods it's nuts. I just tried some and was surprised

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Joined
Sep 9, 2008
Location
Houston
#7
I like Larry's better. Not so many particulates. Seems cleaner.
Plus the dude is ultra passionate about what he does.
 
#8
I always thaw out frozen food in a cup of RODI water and use a brine shrimp net to strain it. Like d2mini said Rods food does seem dirtier than others ive tried but you could always thaw it out and strain it if you felt necessary.
I just got into that habit with all frozen food so as not to worry about putting in excess phosphate in the water.

Although Rods web site says not to rinse it since its made that way on purpose to feed your entire reef including corals and such.( Just read this on their site)
 
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Mark L.

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Oct 8, 2010
Location
The Woodlands
#10
I also find Rods to small to feed as a primary food. Just dirties up the tank. I make a mix of food with a very small pinch of Rods to feed the coral. Larry's is dang near perfect.
 
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Location
Houston
#11
I always thaw out frozen food in a cup of RODI water and use a brine shrimp net to strain it. Like d2mini said Rods food does seem dirtier than others ive tried but you could always thaw it out and strain it if you felt necessary.
I just got into that habit with all frozen food so as not to worry about putting in excess phosphate in the water.

Although Rods web site says not to rinse it since its made that way on purpose to feed your entire reef including corals and such.( Just read this on their site)
Yeah you wouldn't want to rinse either of them. There is nothing in Larry's foods that needs to be rinsed out. You can eat it yourself. Nothing but fresh seafood and some probiotics.

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