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Nori Flakes?

Post by Scotiaquatics on Thu Mar 15, 2018 5:32 am

Has anyone heard of feeding their fish "Nori Flakes"? They are a type of seaweed (also used as sushi wrap). Very healthy for humans so they must be good for fish. I am a bit hesitant on the outcome whereas the Nori flakes taste salty (obviously, seaweed right!) I did a trial run last night, just put a few flakes in the tank and the fish gobbled it up with what seamed enthusiastic to me.

If anyone has any information on this topic please weigh in.

Thank you

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Re: Nori Flakes?

Post by Fores41 on Thu Mar 15, 2018 12:24 pm

I would only feed as a treat as they may have some ingredients like Soya sauce and if nothing else the salt would not be great for the fish on a daily basis. I could see this being hard on their livers causing Dropsy or (Pine cone) disease possibly. Hope this helps.
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Re: Nori Flakes?

Post by Scotiaquatics on Thu Mar 15, 2018 1:13 pm

The bottle of nori flakes states that this particular product is all natural and organic, with nothing added. I did only buy the bottle in hopes of it being a well enjoyed treat by my gillish friends.

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