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re: Unknown catfish; now fdg. veg.s   6/12/12
Hello again, i wanted to ask for some simple ways to make vegetables and fruits more fish ready? I suppose i cant just cut up say a pear, in a way that would be easy to swallow? Also would the bottom dweller  be better off with vegetables and ones that sink?
<Use lead weight strip (sold in aquarium shops to hold down plants) to hold down slices of cucumber and courgette (zucchini). Cooked peas should sink anyway, or at least bob around the tank. You can buy frozen food mixes than include spinach. Blanched lettuce can be held down with a lettuce clip (again, sold in aquarium shops). Cheers, Neale.> 

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