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Are sardines small herring?

Asked: Marc-andre Grenier, Date Created:

The term sardine covers a wide variety of small fish. The ones caught off the Coas of Maine and referred to as Main sardines are really small, soft -boned herring.

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  • Can you eat salmon that smells fishy?

    If your raw salmon has a strong smell, it's probably gone bad. The fishy smell will be pretty obvious, and bad salmon smells rather ammonia-like if it's not a good idea to cook it. Fresh salmon won't have such a strong smell and instead has more of a mild scent, so this is a good first sign of spoilage.

  • How do you cook prawns without curling them?

    The trick is to remove this white 'vein' also. Your prawns will still have a slight curve to them, but won't curl up into tight circles. The curling is caused by this 'vein' contracting when cooking. By using a knife it is relatively easy to remove.

  • What impacts do black tiger shrimp have on the environment?

    The aggressive Black tigers are known for being an invasive species, feeding on smaller and weaker shrimp while also destroying the habitats of any other shrimp they didn't cannibalize. When all the shrimp are gone, the Black tigers then start to eat oysters.

  • Where are silver carp found?

    The silver carp (Hypophthalmichthys molitrix) is a species of freshwater cyprinid fish, a variety of Asian carp native to China and eastern Siberia, from the Amur River drainage in the north to the Xi Jiang River drainage in the south.

  • How do you know cooked fish is bad?

    If the fish has been cooked, it will not get that slimy feel when it starts to go bad. Smell it for a pungent fishy odor because all fish, cooked or raw, will smell like fish. If the refrigerated fish has started to go bad, the fishy smell will increase. In time, it will start to smell like rotting meat.

  • Are salmon active at night?

    The answer is usually “yes,” but few anglers capitalize on the possibilities. “There's pretty good evidence that those salmon you fish for at last light and again at first light are actively feeding throughout the night,” Tony Floor says.

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    1. Removing the Fin-nipper. Remove the offender immediately before it does further damage to the rest of its tank mates. ...
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  • What is a fish whistle slang?

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  • Can u eat Cutlassfish?

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