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caloric ratio...more better?
    #360683 - 07/25/01 02:06 PM (16 years, 6 months ago)

I take it something like brf which is decent in caloric ratio to weight, but say someone could find something stronger in caloric ratio, like ENRICHED brf, wouldnt it stand to reason the more calories the better? That would mean the mushies have something to keep eating on, and possibly more flushes...right? peace.

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Re: caloric ratio...more better? [Re: thegoldenteacher]
    #360692 - 07/25/01 02:21 PM (16 years, 6 months ago)

Sounds like a deceint theory, but what is the enriched BRF enriched with? If it is higher in fats than it would probibly be no good.

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Re: caloric ratio...more better? [Re: Humidity]
    #361032 - 07/26/01 01:09 AM (16 years, 6 months ago)

What do they actually thrive on though? Is it the Calories, Fat, or Protien. I have been experimenting with soy flour and it grew like mad. Soy has a higher protien level that Brn Rice.

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Re: caloric ratio...more better? [Re: thegoldenteacher]
    #361058 - 07/26/01 01:50 AM (16 years, 6 months ago)

I wouldn't think it has so much to do with the caloric ratio as what kind of calories you are feeding them. THe basic different types are fats, carbohydrates, and protein.. and soy does have a much higher ratio of protein to carb than other flours. Beyond that I have no clue.. just food for thought.

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