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Can Salmonella stay in your system for years?

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The condition frequently resolves within several months, but it can become chronic, even permanent. Reiter's Syndrome, which includes, and is sometimes referred to as reactive arthritis, is an uncommon, but debilitating, possible result of a Salmonella infection.

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  • Where do fish go during drought?

    Large, mobile fish such as trout or salmon may anticipate drought as water levels begin to dwindle, and leave for large lakes or seas. If they're unable to complete the journey before parts of the river dry up, the fish can get stuck in remnant pools and become disconnected from their spawning or feeding areas.

  • Why is my grilled fish mushy?

    Because fish have very little connective tissue and fat, the flesh is quite delicate when cooked, so go easy with the spices and sauces. ... If fish flesh sits in acidic ingredients for more than 30 minutes, the acid will begin to denature the delicate protein, and you'll have a mushy fish when it's cooked.

  • Can I eat fish if I have high cholesterol?

    Is it ok to eat fish if you're watching your cholesterol? If dietary changes are part of your overall plan to lower your LDL cholesterol levels, fish is a good option. While all fish contain some cholesterol, many are high in omega-3 fatty acids.

  • Is farm-raised steelhead good for you?

    And according to the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch, steelhead trout is one of the healthier types of seafood, with plenty of lean protein and omega-3 fatty acids. (Just make sure you are buying farm-raised steelhead trout, as wild steelhead is a threatened or endangered species, depending on where it's from.)

  • Does Burger King have fish sandwich?

    Our premium Big Fish Sandwich is 100% White Alaskan Pollock, breaded with crispy panko breading and topped with sweet tartar sauce, tangy pickles, all on top of a toasted brioche-style bun.

  • How cold of water can crawfish survive?

    Water conditions A temperature range of 65-77 F (18-25 C) is best for good growth of most species from the continental United States, but they can survive over a much wider range. Some species are tropical, some require cold water.

  • How long does it take for shrimp to turn pink in lime juice?

    20 minutes Here's how to do it: Place the pieces in a bowl and cover entirely with ½ cup fresh lime juice. Cover the bowl and place in the refrigerator for 20 minutes. The shrimp will "cook" and turn pink. After 20 minutes, drain the shrimp pieces, discarding the lime juice.

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  • What's the biggest catfish ever caught in the United States?

    Blue catfish Ken Paulie's 123-pound flathead stands as the accepted world record, extracted from Elk City Reservoir, Kansas in May 1998. The giant cat measured 61-inches with a 43.75-inch girth. It's commonly believed that the blue catfish represents the largest North American catfish species.

  • Are zebra mussels good for anything?

    The dreaded zebra mussel — an invasive species — is killing off native species in lakes and rivers all over the country. But in Lake Ontario, it turns out the zebra mussel has had a positive impact for salmon fishermen. It's producing fatter, faster-growing salmon.

  • Are baby clams safe to eat?

    A serving of clams has a negligible 0.009 parts per million of mercury, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration reports. That means that your child can safely consume properly prepared clams without a risk of consuming high levels of mercury.

  • What happens when you eat bad raw fish?

    There are two types of food poisoning you can get from eating fish. They are ciguatera poisoning and scombroid poisoning. Ciguatera poisoning symptoms include abdominal cramps, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Symptoms can progress to headache, muscle aches, and itchy, tingly, or numbness of the skin.

  • What temperature is medium rare tuna?

    Between 125 and 130 degrees F Place the seasoned tuna steaks over direct heat and grill for approximately 3 minutes. Flip to the other side and cook an additional 3 minutes. The internal temperature should be between 125 and 130 degrees F for a medium rare steak.

  • What is a mack tuna?

    Mack tuna are members of the very important family Scombridae that includes all mackerel, tuna and bonito. Size. The Australian all-tackle game fishing record stands at 11.8 kilos, taken in Queensland back in 1973. The West Australian record is a bit smaller at 8.9 kilos taken off Exmouth in 1995 by Geoff Moyle.

  • Can you own a squid as a pet?

    Is It Legal To Have A Pet Squid? Yes, squids are not prohibited in any state of the US including California. That being said, it might be, that it is illegal to catch the fish in the waters where it lives. ... Under no circumstance, you should catch a squid at the beach and keep it in captivity.

  • How long do you soak saltfish?

    Next time you want to cook salt fish, don't boil it or soak it in boiling water to remove the salt, rather, soak it in regular cold tap water for 12 – 24 hours and you will be rewarded with perfectly de-salted salt fish that is tender, and easy to flake, to prepare in a variety of ways.

  • Is frozen shrimp as good as fresh?

    If you can't be sure, or know they've been thawed, head to the freezer. The frozen shrimp will taste better, cook better, and feel better. Well, just as long as they've been raised responsibly.

  • What eats crayfish in a pond?

    Most adult crayfish are preyed on by large fish, otters, raccoons, mink, and great blue herons. Northern clearwater crayfish, and other crayfish, escape from predators with a "tail-flip" response.

  • Is squid supposed to taste fishy?

    Does Calamari Taste Fishy? Calamari is a type of seafood that many people assume tastes like fish. Fresh calamari has a sweet and mild flavor, but it doesn't taste or feel anything like fish.

  • What happens if fish don't get enough oxygen?

    Fish need oxygen to live to perform cellular respiration. If they don't get enough oxygen, they will die as they cannot respire and produce energy. Fish need oxygen to breathe through their gills like humans breathe through their nose and into the lungs.

  • Why do capelin roll on beaches?

    They come to our beaches every year to spawn, and their arrival is a spectacle that draws in thousands of birds and whales who often put on a show of their own. ... The arrival of the capelin heralds the beginning of summer weather, along with a chance to spy humpback whales coming to feed on these slender, speedy fish.

  • What Colours do carp see best?

    The carp has four types of cone cell that detect red, green, blue and ultraviolet meaning carp can see a broader spectrum of light than humans.

  • Why is eating carp bad?

    Carp are bottom-feeding fish, which makes them much more likely to pick up toxins, chemicals, and generally unpleasant flavors from the wild. (Surprisingly enough, their mercury levels are low since they generally don't eat other fish.)

  • What quality of fish is pollock?

    Alaska Pollock is a mild-flavored white fish with a delicate and flaky texture. Because of its adaptability, Pollock is consumed in a variety of forms that include fresh and frozen fillets, fish sticks and other breaded and battered fish products, and “surimi” products.

  • Are salmon scales edible?

    Do I have to remove the scales from salmon before eating it? Technically you can eat them but they'll get stuck in your teeth and I imagine it's not nearly as pleasant an eating experience as a nice, crispy, scale-less salmon skin.

  • Do you have to dry fish before smoking it?

    Drying the Surface (Forming a Pellicle) Drying the fish before smoking gives a nice coat for the smoked fillets to help seal in moisture, and provides a better looking finished product – this is called forming a pellicle. After rinsing the fish from the brine, let the surface air dry, about 30 minutes for most fish.

  • Why does my haddock smell?

    “Fishy” odors begin to develop in fish immediately after they are caught and killed, as bacteria on the surface break down the compound trimethylamine oxide into stinky trimethylamine. As long as the flesh is still firm and the skin is shiny rather than slimy, this fish is still fine to cook and eat.

  • What makes an oyster shell?

    As the oyster grows in size, its shell must also grow. The mantle is an organ that produces the oyster's shell, using minerals from the oyster's food. The material created by the mantle is called nacre. Nacre lines the inside of the shell.

  • Why is my squid rubbery?

    You must cook the squid either for a very short time (2 minutes or even less over high heat) or for a very long time (at least 30 minutes for the squid to re-tenderize). Anything in between will make the squid rubbery. ... If you're cooking it for a short time, try your squid before serving!

  • Can you get sick from rare tuna?

    Unfortunately tuna carry parasites as many other fish does. So it is not recommended to eat tuna steaks raw or rare unless you have taken some precautions. Because, parasites or worms as you might know them as, is definitely not something you want to digest alive.

  • Do people eat carp?

    Carp is commonly found in all parts of the world. ... People who eat carp tend to favor eating it deep-fried or baked. Since carp contains healthy muscle oil, it is good to eat fried Carp. The most common types of carp that people eat are Common carp, Crucian carp, Chinese mud carp, and Bighead carp.

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