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With how much the additives cost is it possible to flavour them with stuff you have in your food cupboard. For example olive oil, Worcester sauce, soy sauce etc. are there any pros/cons for using these types of liquids and adding to them when you have pumped them?id=”msg”>

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i use marmite with good resultsid=”msg”>


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Good one Keith

Lumpy gravy is a good one for lumps in the margins

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Aldis red bull drink in the summerid=”msg”>

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Fish like pellets because they smell and taste of pellets!!id=”msg”>

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Yeah Nathan, but what fish in it’s right mind could resist….marmite and red bull? lolid=”msg”>

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I love marmite peanut butter and cheese sandwiches

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I’ll try magners!id=”msg”>

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If you want to boost your pellets you can use cod liver oil, cheap as well.id=”msg”>

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Only one way to find out really…id=”msg”>

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I’ve played with different colours and flavours from the missus’s cupboards, had good success with vanilla essence especially when pellets are left to soak rather than pumped, and the oily/watery juices from tins of tuna and sardines (especially sardines in tomato sauce which I use to make my paste) have all had good success. I’ve found that the oily ones are better in warmer months and the tomato sauce type ones better as the waters are warming up/cooling down.id=”msg”>

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