Hikari Bio-Pure Freeze Dried Blood Worms for Pets, 0.42-Ounce
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- Will not cloud the water
- Multi-vitamin rich to reduce stress and stress related diseases
- Free of parasites and harmful bacteria
- Nitrogen charging reduces oxidation prior to opening
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A Great Treat Or Daily Diet For All Types Of Tropical Fish, Most Freshwater Fishes—Including, Cichlids, Discus, Betas and Goldfish. Bio-Pure FD is the worlds cleanest freeze-dried fish food available today. Pharmaceutical freeze-drying techniques allow us to give you a product as close to fresh as humanly possible. Expect a texture and taste not previously available in a freeze-dried food.
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It's important to note that the opening at the top of the package is definitely too big to be pouring food out of, however. I made the mistake of trying to directly pour a small amount from the package, since I wasn't paying attention, and way too much came out. Take the food out manually.
The amount instructed to be fed is also too much for a betta fish. A betta's stomach is as big as its eye, and putting 'the amount your fish will completely consume within three to five minutes, up to three times daily' into the tank will kill it after a week or so. It can eat about three large worms at most a day.
As for the pre-soaking recommendation, the bloodworm are extremely soft and feel flaky. I noticed soaking at the top of the tank will soften them up plenty, and it's better that they float than sink, since betta's go up, rather than down, to eat.