Rod's Reef Food

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    SSalty Team Liquid Force

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    I just bought some RRF, and I am curious if anyone else uses it? If so, what are your feeding techniques. I have been thinking about feeding it when the lights are off and my SPS and LPS feeders are out.
     
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    i dont use it myself but i have heard good things about it, i would feed it with the lights off so your corals will get more of it
     
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    I use it and it's great. I only feed about a dime size piece. A little goes a long way. I usually mix Rods with a small piece of home-made frozen food.
     
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    Good stuff,I let a chunk thaw in the fridge that will last for three days.I never use it to directly feed corals,though.I might order some of the other varieties they have now.
     
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    I feed it to my fish and corals. I just thaw it in a cup of water, then squirt it in the tank with a turkey baster. Sometimes I target feed my corals with it after the lights go out, the same way, with a turkey baster.
     
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