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PostPosted: Nov 27th, '17, 10:35 
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Hi,
Just wondering what the best fish for eating kitchen scraps is (i.e. garbage guts - eats anything).

From what I have read so far.
- Tilapia (can't get them in Australia)
- Silver Perch
- Goldfish

Is their any foods that should be avoided for all fish.

I am based in South-East Queensland (sub tropical) and don't plan on eating the fish.

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the best fish to eat your scraps would be insects.


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Or worms and then worms eaten by fish.

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damn....thanks for the advice guys, I was hoping to find the fish equivalent of the garbage disposal pig from the Flintstones. It's probably better to look into bugs and worms to feed the fish instead.


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I recall seeing something on Nat Geo where a village in Japan would put the leftover scraps (thinking primarily vegetables) into a community waterworks system and the carp would eat and water went onto something else.....

Now I am on the hunt to find.......

https://youtu.be/THcKJpXwqVM

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Sometimes I worry about pesticides in the scraps for compost we use here in New Mexico. I don't really know how toxic the scraps are, but we do wash our vegetables before we eat them for the same reason.
Here is one discussion I found.
https://permies.com/t/2286/toxins-inert-Organic-Compost

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Eels are great at eating meat and fish scraps. Avoid fatty scraps, but sinew is fine.
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