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Can you eat sprats guts?

Asked: David Trudel, Date Created:

1. You can leave the sprats intact, head on and guts in and eat them whole. ... Throw the prepared sprats into a bowl of cold water to rinse them when all are trimmed.

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  • What fish does not have scales?

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  • What kind of fish are native to Colorado?

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    Cutthroat Trout ......the greenback subspecies is the official state fish
    Brook Trout ......a very prolific fish
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    Shrimp shells can cause breathing obstructions in your dog, and they are a choking hazard. If your dog has already eaten shrimp tails, make sure that they don't have access to any more, and closely watch their symptoms afterward. If they show any signs of breathing difficulty, take them to the vet ASAP.

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