Thus stuff is great. I bought the small bottle first to try it and it lasts forever. I feed it to 3 tanks and even my plecos and ghost knife eat this stuff. Will order the large bottle next time and the carnivore mix for my eel. If you mix it to runny or to hard just put it back in a small pan on the stove heat it up until l its hot. If its runny just get it hot then pour into your container. If its hard just add a little water. If played with it both ways and it came out perfect once I figured it out. If your water isn't hot enough the gelatin mixture will not melt correctly. Everything in my tanks love this stuff and my ghost knife lets me hand feed this to it. Fair warning it does stink but you get used to it like anything else.
I have a 55 gal community tank with various tetras, cories, guppies, platty's, kuhil loaches, black loaches, bristlenose pleco, Raphael striped cats, various shrimp and a few I may be forgetting. I put in a few cubes and everyone of the fish and inverts mentioned go crazy and frenzy feed and push one another out of the way to get to the cubes. Repashy Community and Grub Pie are a big hit in my tank and next to make a batch of bottom scratcher..
This stuff is amazing for your fish. I like to prepare mine like a jerky, fish love it, doesn't cloud the water, and is a very healthy for my fish. Bristle nose love it.
I was a little intimidated by the thought of making my own fish food, but wow this stuff is more than easy. Really all you do is bring water to a boil, add one part food and two to three parts water. Then just mix the stuff together for a minute or so and let it sit. Put it in the fridge or freezer after, and when it's feeding time add some to the tank. I suggest watching their youtube video on it if you have any questions. My fish absolutely love it and go into a frenzy over it. Will stay together and not fall apart or fungus over like many other foods even after being in the tank for hours. Great product!
Hey Corey and Team -
What can I say but I am pleased with both the product and the whole ordering to delivery process. Repashy was just as simple to make and use as advertised (and demo'd by Corey a few times). My best advice for the first time user is perhaps feed your fish lightly so they are a little extra hungry on the day used. It will make them target the food more quickly. I have since used it a few times so now my fish know its good.
I have a zebra danio/neon tetra tank and both breeds enjoyed it. I think the Zebra's liked it a bit more based on my observations.
The cube does a great job not dirtying up the water column too !
Thanks again !
The guppy's loved this food, they attacked it like nothing else......the swords and platy's did also!
My neon tetras and shrimp love this stuff, fattened em up quickly.. easy to use stinky though. Only complaint I have is it doesn't float if making it in gell format, havent tried turning it into jerky
All the fish in my community tank love it. I'll echo some other reviews that the smell is very strong, but it isn't that big of a deal.
Repashy food is one of my staples that I feed in my fish room. I actually use alot of extreme flakes, fluval bug bites, and frozen foods so I blend my repashy more of a 30/70 mixture of Community and heavy on the Soilent Green. Before Community I was using Grub Pie and actually prefer it due to the fact that it smells less potent and maybe fishy is the word. My fish really have no preference over Community blend or Grub pie and Community is still a great product but It would be way better if it didn't smell so bad. That being said, if you want to feed this to smaller fish, break off a small hunk after you make it and it cools in the refrigerator, and then grind it between your fingers to break it up. For many of my fish I just throw a big hunk in and they'll graze on it. I have tons of success with this product. Great for livebearers, corys, and plecos.
So once you get past the horrible smell while making the stuff, (Your mileage may vary) you divide into parts to feed your fish. I've seen Cory's videos about repashy and the quality and wanted to give it a try. Sadly, my fish (neon tetras, guppies, platies, corys) weren't interested. Only my pleco and some snails seemed to be interested. So I must say I was pretty bummed. At least my snails and pleco are eating high quality food lol.
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