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Do shrimps breed easily?

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The red cherry shrimp really stands out in the aquarium especially against plants and darker substrates. ... This makes them an excellent beginner shrimp. They are easy to breed, maintain and they will naturally hide from predators.

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  • Is kingfish a strong tasting fish?

    YELLOWTAIL KINGFISH are popular for their firm, white, slightly oily flesh and medium strong taste. They are highly valued as a sashimi fish but are also excellent grilled or BBQ'd. Like other 'meaty' fish, they are best when seared and cooked only to Medium Rare, as further cooking will result in a dry product.

  • Should you avoid eating catfish?

    Tell me it's a food you should avoid at all costs. There are reasons why we are sometimes told to avoid catfish. There are also reasons that many people outside the South think catfish is nasty....Here is some data for ONE FILLET (about 87 grams) of catfish, and breaded and FRIED:

    Protein15.74 grams
    Selenium12.1 mcg

  • Are all species of crayfish edible?

    Crayfish are eaten all over the world. Like other edible crustaceans, only a small portion of the body of a crayfish is edible. ... There are only 2 species of crawfish that are edible. The red swamp crawfish and the white river crawfish.

  • How many fish can you keep in Colorado?

    The daily limit for trout, char, grayling and salmon is four fish, with a total possession limit of eight. Note that this includes all species of trout found in the state.

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  • Can you use liquid smoke to smoke fish?

    Liquid smoke is a way of imparting that smokehouse flavor to fish without having to smoke it. ... Brine is traditionally used with smoked fish. Some brine recipes also include brown sugar and other ingredients, such as pepper. Either rub liquid smoke on the fish or mix it in with the brine or marinade.

  • Does fish go bad if its frozen?

    Properly frozen fish will stay good in your freezer for up to 6 months. There are a few exceptions to this rule. Fatty fish like trout and salmon have a shorter shelf life in the freezer. They will only last for up to 3 months.

  • Is tilapia from Costco safe to eat?

    Whether it be our Fresh Tilapia from Mexico and Honduras or the frozen Kirkland Tilapia Loins from Costco, it is all free of mercury. ... In fact, our Tilapia can safely be enjoyed more than twice a week, if you're looking to eat more seafood.

  • Do whiting fish have bones?

    Whiting fish, like most fish, do have bones. However, what's unique about them is that you can usually remove the entire skeleton with one grasp. ... The bones of a whiting fish are primarily made of small pin bones, which run up the side of its skeleton.

  • Is clam a filter feeder?

    Oysters, clams, and other shellfish are efficient filter feeders that help remove excess nitrogen from waters by incorporating it into their shells and tissue as they grow.

  • Does the Bible say not to eat shellfish?

    What the Bible Says About Eating Shellfish. ... You shall regard them as detestable; you shall not eat any of their flesh, and you shall detest their carcasses. Everything in the waters that has not fins and scales is detestable to you.”

  • What is Filipino dried fish?

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  • What temperature should you fry catfish?

    Directions

    1. Heat the peanut oil in a 5-quart Dutch oven over high heat until it reaches 350 degrees F on a deep-fry thermometer. ...
    2. Whisk the cornmeal and flour together in a shallow dish. ...
    3. Gently add the fillets, 2 at a time, to the hot oil and fry until golden brown, about 5 to 6 minutes.

  • Can a fish disappear from a tank?

    When fish are sick, they are likely to spend more time hiding in the tank and they may exhibit behavioral changes such as lolling near the bottom of the tank. When this happens, you might not notice the fish and it could disappear completely before you even realize it is missing.

  • Do Cory catfish need live plants?

    Habitat: A Cory Catfish is a bottom dweller, so it's a good idea to keep at least 2 inches of aquarium gravel or substrate on the tank bottom. Cory Catfish also seem to really enjoy a tank with lots of live plants. Live aquarium plants provide cover and hiding places for the fish to rest.

  • Why are tiger shrimp bad?

    The tiger shrimp is known to be susceptible to 16 diseases and is capable of transferring them to other shrimp species (Humans are not at risk). Disease and predation from the invasive tiger prawn can have a devastating effect on harvesting native shrimp species resulting in an economic loss for shrimp fishermen.

  • Can you fish for mackerel at low tide?

    Being a true shoal fish, individuals have zero time to be fussy over a potential meal, which makes mackerel very easy to catch. ... The best time of day to catch mackerel is at dawn or dusk and at high tide. But you can catch them all day.

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  • What do you clean salmon with?

    If the salmon filets are skin on, it's a good idea to rinse and dry before cooking. Also if the filets have any fishy smell, submerge the pieces in 1 quart of water with 1 tablespoon of white vinegar then rinse with running water. This will remove the bacteria that is on the skin and improve the taste of the fish.

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