Agreed there certainly is no best fish food and also agreed that Singapore and Malaysia are like siblings bro -- lots of love there. But like in many if not most sibling relations, there's quite a few rivalries going on between the countries, that's natural, incl. the goal to produce the world's best Arowana. But nothing wrong with this I'm sure we'll all agree, in fact we should love it as it makes better Aro for us all I hope,Honestly nothing to be jealous, sg and Malaysia are like siblings.. I also prefer the darker gold of Malaysia xb as compared to the lighter gold of sg but some people prefer the lighter gold because it looks like gold bar while the darker Malaysian xb is more copper color
Food wise I just try different types till I feel I got the one the fishes like most... but since the post was about prebiotics then vitagen and yakult comes to mind lol
My bichirs and indo tigers like some China made pellets... cichlids like a certain hikari pellet
The gar don't mind hikari tropical sticks but never eaten the carnisticks
To me there is no best food but only food that fish likes best
The grandsumo is a good example
Oh ya not sure if your hotdog juice is said in jest but I do fish for gar, redtail catfish and even rohu with hotdog
Actually I was just joshing you, just like I know you've been doing about this Sianlon food too. It's just that I haven't seen you make similar funny jokes about other fish food posts, hence the rivalry reference in jest.
And same for the hotdog juice -- I'm sure you certainly aren't going to feed your lovely new Red Arowana hotdogs (at least I think not, right?). In fact it was a playful jibe in relation to your asking: "What's wrong with feeding hotdogs, i fish using hotdogs too and i know of a person from another forum that feeds baked beans to his fishes... ." in the now closed thread about Rich and Ohio Fish Rescue (wherein I personally posted it was understandable for Rich to feed hotdogs as partial diet given circumstances he's in).
But now we've done it lol, next thing we know young Tommy Jr. who just got a new baby silver arowana and skims over this thread is going to starting feeding it Yakult-soaked hotdogs and baked beans lol
And for sure, there are a hundred things you could catch a wild fish on (that one wouldn't necessarily want to feed to their aquarium fish) -- heck I've caught fish on nothing before (just a hook, no bait), but I'm not going to feed nothing to my Aros unless they don't eat the food I give them