I See White Flakes in Water From My Refrigerator but Not in Water From Kitchen Faucet. What Could Th

If you have not changed your refrig water filter, it could be alkali or calcium flakes from the water build-up

1. What is the conversion ratio from whole potatoes to potato flakes?

Looking at the directions for a random brand of potato flakes, two portions of mash comes to 1 cup. To make this you need 1 cup of liquid (water and milk) and 2/3 cup flakes. Obviously the measurements in these directions are extremely rough since this must come to more than 1 cup. No matter; I am sure you are not expecting anything more than a ball-park figure.A six ounce potato makes roughly 1/2 cup of mash. So that's about 2 tbsp (30ml) of flakes for every ounce of potato (again these are rough figures). Potatoes come in all sizes, but a six ounce potato is about average for medium sized potatoes. If you have no other information you could just say that one portion of mash made from flakes is equal to one potato. In that case you need about 2/3 cups of flakes. As another answer says, the potato will act as a thickener, so you may just as well add mash until you get the consistency you want

2. Will frosted flakes kill dogs?

If you thought that it was an emergency, you would not have taken the time to create a new account, then ask total strangers

3. Helpp! Can i feed my Tropical Fish Goldfish Flakes?

Yes, for a temporary time it's fine. But you should not keep tropical fish on goldfish flakes permanently because it does not have proper nutrition for them. I sometimes feed my Goldfish tropical fish flakes

4. Eggs & Cheese Sandwich? A Cinnamon Roll? Or a bowl of Frosted Flakes Cereal? Which from this list so u like->?

Egg and Cheese sandwich and a Cinnamon Roll have the tie in my book of Breakfast Staples. YUM!

5. Do you like Kellog's Corn Flakes or Graham Crackers?

Muesli, preferably from a health foods shop

6. I think I'm addicted to Corn Flakes cereal... is this bad?

I am doing the Frosted Flakes 12 step program myself

7. How to care for a goldfish?

A Fancy goldfish can get up to 8 inches and will need a 30 gallon tank, a Common goldfish can grow over a foot long and will need a 75 gallon tank. The bigger the better. They produce a lot of waste and will need double filtration. So for example, if you have a 30 gallon tank, you will need a filter recommended for a 60 gallon. The tank must be cycled before you add them or they can die from ammonia spikes. Google "fishless cycle". Never do full water changes, only change about 25% of the water every week with a gravel siphon. Add water de-chlorinator to the new water before adding it to the tank. Every once in a while wash your filter cartilage out in old tank water, do not wash it under the faucet as that can kill beneficial bacteria, and never replace the cartilage unless it's completely falling apart. Do not over feed, only feed a small pinch a day (to estimate with flakes, only a pinch about the mass of their eye). Variety in their diet is good, they can eat soft peas, carrots, etc as well as bloodworms and brine shrimp every once in a while. Do not let uneaten food sit in the tank.

8. Can my angelfish eat my "wardley essentials goldfiah flakes"?

yes, but you may want to get your angelfish another type of fish food that angelfish are supposed to eat

9. so i have really dry skin and was told to use a liquid foundation but even that flakes on my face. ...?

hey i sometimes have the same problem dont worry. people told me that you can get rid of flakes by using a cleanser that will get rid of dead skin. you could try that maybe. sorry if i didnt help much lol and make sure you are using a good moisturizer!! good luck :)

10. Goldfish in 55 gallon tank?

90 gal. minimum, 20 gal. for each added after. Best suited for ponds-- Common, Comet, Shubunkin, Butterfly Tail, Jikin, Oranda, Ryukin. 55 gal. minimum, 20 gal. for each added after-- Black Moore, Fantail, Veiltail, Pearlscale. 30 gal. minimum, 10 gal. for each added after-- Bubble Eye, Celestial Eye, Lionchu, Ranchu, Lionhead, Pompon. Find out what kind you have, and get the proper tank size. They should have double filtering (a 60 gal. filter on a 30 gal. tank), they should have a ton of aeration. 25% water changes should be done bi-weekly via replacing what was taken out when vacuuming the gravel. There should be no live plants. There should be no other fish (particularly small ones) other than your goldfish. They should only be fed as much as they can eat in five minutes every other day, and flakes should be avoided. Goldifish, however, prefer to have no substrate in the tank. They may require a chiller, as the water should never go higher than 75F. Fancies and commons should not be kept together. You are very much overstocked.

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