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Are crayfish and crawfish the same?

Asked: Roberto Isidoro, Last Updated:

Crawfish, crayfish, and crawdads are the same animal. Which term you use may depend much on where you live. Louisianans most often say crawfish, whereas Northerners are more likely to say crayfish. ... Crawfish aren't indigenous to Singapore, but the people who acquire them as pets refer to them as freshwater lobsters.

FAQ

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    Monkfish Monkfish are known as the “poor man's lobster,” since monkfish taste like lobster, at a fraction of the price.

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  • What seasoning goes with tuna?

    What Are Good Spices to Mix With Tuna?

    • Dill. Dill pairs well with many fish dishes and tuna is no exception. ...
    • Thyme. Thyme is a strong spice with a savoury flavour and aroma which allows it to blend well with a tuna casserole or other baked dishes made with tuna. ...
    • Cumin. ...
    • Coriander. ...
    • Rosemary.

  • Do fish eat peanut butter?

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  • Is dried pollock good for you?

    Hwangtae contains almost twice as much protein as fresh pollock as a result of the lengthy freeze-drying process. It also is a high-nutrient, low-cholesterol health food. It is rich in amino acids, including methionine, which is believed to help the liver recover from heavy drinking.

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