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If your fish won't eat their veggies, or you want to treat them...

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... Try crushing half a clove of fresh garlic into the water before you use it blanch spinach. Mine go crazy for it! :nana

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It works well for getting them to eat all sorts of things. It works well for a sick fish that you want to eat peas for digestive issues. Garlic is used as an additive to many fish baits for a reason.

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Yep. Garlic is the fish cure-all for picky eaters or sick fish. It's also a very healthy addition to their diet when you use fresh garlic. My fish get a little every time I am cooking with it, and eat the minced bits like there's no tomorrow. :D They love when I add a small clove to the water I blanche their kale in or to the repashy water.

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It works well for getting them to eat all sorts of things. It works well for a sick fish that you want to eat peas for digestive issues. Garlic is used as an additive to many fish baits for a reason.

I learned something new today! :nana

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I'll have to try adding fresh garlic to the Repashy, we use lots of garlic in our house. It's delicious:D.

Liz Sent from my Motorola RAZR MAXX

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It works well for getting them to eat all sorts of things. It works well for a sick fish that you want to eat peas for digestive issues. Garlic is used as an additive to many fish baits for a reason.

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I'll have to try adding fresh garlic to the Repashy, we use lots of garlic in our house. It's delicious:D.

Liz Sent from my Motorola RAZR MAXX

Oooo!! Good idea! I never thought of adding to the Repashy!

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Mine LOVE garlic anything.

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Mine LOVE garlic anything.

Who could blame them! :D garlic is so delicious.

Liz Sent from my Motorola RAZR MAXX

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Mine LOVE garlic anything.

Who could blame them! :D garlic is so delicious.

Liz Sent from my Motorola RAZR MAXX

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Mine LOVE garlic anything.

Who could blame them! :D garlic is so delicious.

Liz Sent from my Motorola RAZR MAXX

Agreed! I love garlic anything too!

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Mine LOVE garlic anything.

Who could blame them! :D garlic is so delicious.

Liz Sent from my Motorola RAZR MAXX

Agreed! I love garlic anything too!

Just had Garlic bread :druel

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Can never go wrong with garlic!

So, you know how after you mince garlic for a recipe, your hands smell like it for a few days? Would the fish have a good enough sense of smell that they'd come zipping over to your hands for a day or two, or would it only draw them in when it's "fresh"?

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Can never go wrong with garlic!

So, you know how after you mince garlic for a recipe, your hands smell like it for a few days? Would the fish have a good enough sense of smell that they'd come zipping over to your hands for a day or two, or would it only draw them in when it's "fresh"?

Not sure, but garlic smells pretty strong, so maybe. Many Koko's people have successfully used garlic on their hands to tame skittish fish!

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