Small pinch of powder with 2-3oz water. Whip it like you are scrambling and egg for a bit. Pour it in the tank and you are done. I do it once every day. I did a thread on Tisbe and Tigger pods. Videos, pictures, and other people's success with it.hahahaha...tried to do it..and it did..see above
I have a Blue Dragonette as well. He is super easy to care for. They eat copepods, so as long as you can keep your tank stocked he's good to go. I've restocked two times now. I still have a pretty large population an feed the copepods. They say that typically after the third batch that they will naturally populate your tank. So basically his food is sustainable in the tank. He will usually have some of whatever I feed my other fish too. He's super fun to watch and full of personality.
There are some great videos on how to care for them on YouTube.
Yes my anthias and dwarf flame angel chow these all day! Even after a week I still see the mandarin pecking away at the rocks. I feed my pods raw spirulina powder. One less thing to cultivate like the phytoplankton. Read they prefer a brown algae. When the spirulina runs out. I am going to try the brown algae powder, because it is said by Reef Nutrition on their site that it is easier for them to digest a brown algae VS a green.