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Can I put Tums in my shrimp tank?

Asked: Denis Kreze, Date Created:

You can definitely give them tums for calcium .... That's what I feed my blue velvet shrimp I give them a tiny piece and they loooove it...

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    You can combine the flour, baking powder, and salt ahead of time in a bowl, and then leave the bowl in the refrigerator until you are ready to fry. ... Drop the fish in the batter and then fry away! You need to work in small batches or you run the risk of having the fish stick together.

  • Do you eat smoked fish hot or cold?

    Both types of smoked salmon can be eaten cold right out of the package. Hot-smoked salmon can also be reheated and is great in hot dishes. Unlike fresh salmon, which should be prepared and eaten within 48 hours, smoked salmon has a longer shelf life. It can be enjoyed for up to a week.

  • Why do you brine fish?

    As it does with meat, brining fish serves two purposes: One, it helps season the flesh, which improves flavor, and two, by partially dissolving muscle fibers to form a water-retaining gel, it helps prevent the protein from drying out.

  • What is the tastiest oyster?

    Shigoku oysters are a type of Pacific oyster from Willapa Bay and Samish Bay, Washington State. They have a firm meat with sweet and briny taste. They are up to 3″ (7.6 cm) in size. This oyster is one of the best tasting oysters and has many fans, and its name reflect it – Shigoku means “ultimate” in Japanese.

  • Is my cherry shrimp dead or molting?

    They Molt as They Grow An easy way to tell whether it's a shell or a dead shrimp is that dead shrimp tend to be pinkish in color, whereas a shell will look almost exactly the same as a living aquarium shrimp. Molting is a necessary process that shrimp must go through numerous times as they grow.

  • How fast is a squid in mph?

    We are extremely fast swimmers traveling at speeds between 23 and 25 miles per hour.

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  • Is eating canned tuna fish healthy?

    Thanks to the specialized production process, canned tuna is totally safe to eat—in moderation, that is. “Canned tuna is a great protein source that is great to keep on-hand,” says Manaker, “and I am always a fan of people incorporating seafood into their diet safely for a number of health reasons.”

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  • Is tilapia a man made fish?

    Yes, Tilapia is a real fish. It's a common myth that the species is “man-made”—but that couldn't be farther from the truth. While Tilapia is often raised in fish farms around the globe, the species is native to the Middle East and Africa.

  • Are king mackerel good to eat?

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