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post Wed, 22 Jun 2005 5:55 pm
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Hi,

Just wanted to know where and in what quatity folks here buy their frozen blood worm.

I have been buying some in the past but as I buy individual packs instead of a box, I have found that they are in consistantly kept.

There have been times when I found the whole pack of blood worm as having a very dark color and bad smell. To me this was sign of the individual packs have undergone multiple thawing and refreezing.

Any recommendation would be great on how to buy them and from whom. . Currently only have 3 ranchus ( 2inch big) so cant consume too much.

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post Wed, 22 Jun 2005 6:04 pm
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QUOTE(hs012 @ Wed, 22 Jun 2005 5:55 pm)
Hi,

Just wanted to know where and in what quatity folks here buy their frozen blood worm.

I have been buying some in the past but as I buy individual packs instead of a box, I have found that they are in consistantly kept.

There have been times when I found the whole pack of blood worm as having a very dark color and bad smell. To me this was sign of the individual packs have undergone multiple thawing and refreezing.

Any recommendation would be great on how to buy them and from whom. . Currently only have 3 ranchus ( 2inch big) so cant consume too much.

Thanks

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Generally blood worms can kept long times , will not turn bad if you have keep in the freezer without defrost. It may be the cheap brand you buy. Try "thumb brand gold packing", bloodworms are big & solid red look very fresh when you defrost it.
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post Wed, 22 Jun 2005 11:37 pm
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QUOTE(wesbro @ Wed, 22 Jun 2005 6:04 pm)
Generally blood worms can kept long times , will not turn bad if you have keep in the freezer without defrost. It may be the cheap brand you buy. Try "thumb brand gold packing", bloodworms are big & solid red look very fresh when you defrost it.
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Hi wesbro is there a thumb brand bld worm?the only thumb brand Im familiar is menglebu groundnuts.Care to how a pic of packaging.


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QUOTE(goldrush @ Wed, 22 Jun 2005 11:37 pm)
Hi wesbro is there a thumb brand bld worm?the only thumb brand Im familiar is menglebu groundnuts.Care to how a pic of packaging.
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leave the peanuts expose long enough and u see worms come out lor.
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post Thu, 23 Jun 2005 10:13 am
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Here's my memglebu packaging below

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post Thu, 23 Jun 2005 1:40 pm
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QUOTE(goldrush @ Thu, 23 Jun 2005 10:13 am)
Here's my memglebu packaging below
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The correct spelling is Menglembu.......this is the best snack to go along with Guiness!! Aphrodisiac ah!!!!
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bro goldrush thats a good one good_very.gif
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post Mon, 27 Jun 2005 10:49 am
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QUOTE(goldrush @ Wed, 22 Jun 2005 11:37 pm)
Hi wesbro is there a thumb brand bld worm?the only thumb brand Im familiar is menglebu groundnuts.Care to how a pic of packaging.
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Yes no joke, you can try areas like Kaki Bukit Bedok Reservoir Road near to hawker center and Enos C.C. sorry i cant rememeber the LFS name. But not many LFS selling this product. Worms are bigger & fresher compare to hikari or other china brands.
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post Sat, 09 Jul 2005 1:11 am
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I am using this brand too, is really good QUALITY but abit EXP. I got it atS$12.00
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QUOTE(low @ Sat, 09 Jul 2005 1:11 am)
I am using this brand too, is really good QUALITY but abit EXP. I got it atS$12.00
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kindly let us know where we can purchase this BW. thxs

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post Sat, 09 Jul 2005 10:01 pm
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i saw it in QH too but I bought it at PS farmway Laing Seng....I think

This is the 1st time I used this brand. is good except my young discus got hard time eating it but goldfish and adult discus ok

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QUOTE(low @ Sat, 09 Jul 2005 10:01 pm)
i saw it in QH too but I bought it at PS farmway Laing Seng....I think

This is the 1st time I used this brand. is good except my young discus got hard time eating it but goldfish and adult discus ok

attach is the pic

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But is this a jap brand or china brand bw?? Thankss
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While on this topic of frozen BWs, I have recently opened a new box of Hikari and noticed that the worms were bigger this time round.Wonder if any other bros have the same experience.
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