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Old 07-27-2016, 03:24 PM
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Default Surami Fish sticks as occasional food source?

Does anybody know if it's safe to feed my Frontosa " Surami Fish " sticks.*
obviously chopped up into reasnable bite sized chunks. I saw it recently at my local super market. It comes frozen has a long shelf life and is reasonbly cheap.*

Although the main ingredient is ground up Pacific Sea Fish, other ingredients contain, egg whites, starches and some colorings, sugars and salts, Rapeseed oil including gluten. Not so sure about the Rapeseed/Gluten however. Would appreciate anyone's else's input here.*

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I wouldn't. The fish content is usually less than 50% and all the other ingredients are not really fish food.
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