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Do pond fish eat bread?

Asked: Paul Sam, Last Updated:

No, fish can't eat bread as they can't digest it. Fish's digestive system is not as tough as we humans and dogs. Feeding bread to your fish can lead to many serious health problems.

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  • Can you eat yellow fin tuna raw?

    Ahi tuna, also known as yellow-fin, is moist, supple and best served when lightly seared on the outside, leaving the inside tender and downright raw in the middle. Because the fish should be raw, not rare, you must start with the very best, sushi-grade ahi.

  • Why is tuna in a can so cheap?

    When it comes to canning albacore all cuts are essentially equal - they end up in the can. That and with restaurant/sushi tuna, you're paying for the freshness from boat to table, and those costs go up if you're inland.

  • Is tuna packed in oil healthy?

    Both water-packed and oil-packed tuna are good sources of protein and low in saturated fat. However, canned tuna packed in oil tends to be higher in calories and total fat.

  • Can you dry fish in the sun?

    Open air drying using sun and wind has been practiced since ancient times to preserve food. ... Fish are preserved through such traditional methods as drying, smoking and salting. The oldest traditional way of preserving fish was to let the wind and sun dry it.

  • How long does it take to defrost prawns?

    About 8 hours Defrosting products in the refrigerator is always the safest method, but requires that you plan your meal ahead because prawns will need about 8 hours to fully defrost in the refrigerator. Transfer the prawns to an airtight container and place in the refrigerator.

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  • What time of year is best for carp fishing?

    From early to mid-fall, carp fishing is best early morning and late afternoon but later in the season as winter nears, midday carp fishing is typically the best. Carp are still on their summertime way of feeding, minus the nighttime feeding window.

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