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Any special handling or prep before freezing duckweed for fish food? :dontknow:

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try a small batch first and see if it changes colour (i.e goes a grey/brown colour).

If it does, try dipping it in near boilng water for a 2-3 seconds (using a sieve) and then try freezing it - it may help preserve the colour.

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