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I'm working on a planted tank that's going to house about 6 forktail blue-eye rainbows, a bunch of assorted microrasboras, and possibly some pygmy cories if I can get some healthy ones. I know microfish are best fed twice a day, so I was thinking I'd get an autofeeder for the tank.
However, my mom has an extreme allergy to gluten. It can't be in the house, period. I've been feeding frozen foods to avoid this, but frozen foods can't really be put in an auto-feeder. Are there any good microfish foods that don't contain wheat, barley, oats, or rye?
 

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I've made flakes using my own recipes. Spread thin on saran wrap, parchment etc.. and then dry.

Dry at low heat like 100-120F… If you have a convection oven it would be better.
 

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My mom has a dryer specifically for making jerky, and I bet she'd let me use it... Would that work? It doesn't get very hot.
Heh, 100-120? Summer here gets to the lower end of that every year.
That'll work. Fish food stinks, be warned!


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