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Does fish oil cause loose bowels?

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When taken by mouth: Fish oil is likely safe for most people in doses of 3 grams or less daily. Taking more than 3 grams daily might increase the chance of bleeding. Fish oil side effects include heartburn, loose stools, and nosebleeds.

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    Choose the Right Oil When deep-frying, choose an oil with a high smoke point (peanut, grapeseed, safflower, soybean, sunflower, canola, and extra light olive oil are all good choices) and a flavor that is either neutral or appropriate to the type of food you're cooking.

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    The heads contain a flavorful yellow goop that people confuse for fat. It's actually an organ — the crawfish equivalent of a liver, essentially.

  • Is it dangerous to cook frozen shrimp?

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  • What other fish does Pollock taste like?

    Alaskan Pollock have a mild, delicate taste with white flesh, large flakes, a slightly coarse texture and a low oil content. They have a similar but somewhat milder flavor as haddock or cod.

  • Do you need to clean frozen clams?

    Do you need to clean frozen clams? ... To prepare clams in the shell for freezing, scrub clams under cool water to remove mud and grit. … Frozen clam meats should always be thawed in the refrigerator for 24 hours and not be refrozen.

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    Smoked Salmon is already cooked, so it typically needs no further cooking. Preparing it as often as simple as pairing it with herbs, bread, wine or other foods and drinks.

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