Well suited for herbivores and omnivores, such as:
- Tangs and Surgeonfish
- Moorish Idols
- Large Butterflyfish
- Cichlids and Goldfish
Fish that are known as herbivores or omnivores will naturally graze on algae throughout their day on the reef. By offering sheets of dried seaweed "Nori" will help mimic the natural foods that your fish could consume. With the different types of Sea Veggies available you can completely round out your fish's diet by offering all three types from day to day.
Red Man seaweed blend By William on 2/18/2017William would recommend this product to a friendAs John said in the other review, if you're expecting sheets, you will be disappointed. I didn't read Johns review before I purchased this, although I should have. It works fine, it looks and smells like chewing tobacco. Yes, I tried it. No, it doesn't taste like chewing tobacco. You do have to chop it up or blend it to make it work, it doesn't do well on the veggie clips. I cut a long piece off and put it on the veggie clip and my yellow tang swam away from it rather quickly and then stared at me like I stole his candy.
Great Stuff! By John on 2/4/2017John would recommend this product to a friendIf you're expecting processed sheets of nori, Red Sea Veggies will be difficult for you to figure out. It comes in its natural state so it looks something like Red Man chewing tobacco. It's in a more natural state and you have to cut this stuff to serve it. Tear a pinch off, throw it in a bullet blender for 45 seconds and soak it with the other foods you are defrosting for a few minutes and it's good to go. If you have tangs or surgeonfish, chop a small amount of green, red, and purple together into small 2-4 mm pieces. Before soaking the chopped mixture with the other food, add a few drops of Selcon and let it get soaked up by the veggie mix and you'll have the fattest, healthiest tangs around.
Not as Good as Purple and Green Seaweed By Jason on 1/14/2017Jason wouldn't recommend this product to a friendComes in random leave shapes instead of sheets like the purple and green seaweed. Red seaweed does not stay on the clips very well, difficult to use. Fish don't like it as much as the other types.