I feed this to my Mbunas once every few days. I have a 75 gallon with larger fish and a 40 breeder with some little guys in it. I cut the pieces into ~1.75x0.75 inch pieces. I feed 1.5 pieces to the 75 and give the other half piece to the 40.
How to freeze without them sticking to each other:
I took an entire 6oz. bottle and made as directed in a 9x13 inch Pyrex dish.
After setting, cut it in your desired sizes.
Next, using a butter knife, scoop each piece out and place on a 11x17 inch non-stick baking pan with some space between the pieces.
Place the entire pan into the freezer and leave it until fully frozen (~2 hours).
Portion into several Ziplock sandwich bags and keep them in the freezer.
The reason you portion into smaller bags is because, when you take a bag out of the freezer, they thaw a little and condensation builds up on the frozen pieces... causing them to start to stick to one another. Use one bag at a time until empty.
Hope this helps.
Good AQC service but with this my second try at a Repashy product I'm starting to realize that they are just too much of a pain to make/prepare and the fish are are just so-so on it. It doesn't exactly drive them wild. By contrast, and oddly enough, every critter in my tank (fish and crustaceans alike) seems to love Dennerle's Shrimp King Complete, which AQC also sells.
Thanks for another good deal on a superior product Cory! Super fast shipping and very pleasant exchange.
I feed a little of this mixed with grub pie, and community. When I first started feeding Repashy, it took a bit for all of my fish to go for it. Now they all love it. It doesn't murk up the tank like other fish food and since it lasts longer, all of the fish are able to get enough to eat.
I inquired at Aquarium Coop about which Repashy food would be best for my guppies. I received an e-mail answering my query the same day. AC recommended Repashy Soilent Green and I ordered it from them. I received my order very promptly. My guppies love Soilent Green even better than Repashy Community Plus. My guppy fry are growing quickly and are extremely healthy. Now if Aquarium Coop would sell New Life Spectrum online, I would have the perfect diet for my fish!