I started feeding my Oscars beef liver in addition to there normal diet of pellets. At $0.72 a pound, you cant go wrong! :thumbsup: What I've been doing is cutting the liver into cubes and freezing it. I take a piece of wax paper, spoon on a small pile of liver, then fold the paper over top of the pile. I pile more on top, then fold back the other way. The end result kinda looks like an accordion, the liver sandwiched in between each layer. I thought It was a brilliant idea at the time, I was even really proud of myself for thinking that up. lol :grinno: FAIL! I found out that the paper sticks to the liver so strongly (when frozen) that every time I remove a pile some of the paper rips off and sticks to the liver. Then once its thawed I have to waste time picking out all the paper bits. Is there a method that you guys use that I may be overlooking? I cant really freeze individual piles on a baking sheet, then bag them, cause I don't have the room or the time. I have another 10lbs of liver sitting on the counter waiting to be cut up. Any suggestions?