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How do you keep fish coated when frying?

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Fill one with a thick layer of cornstarch. Fill the second about one-third full of milk or milk substitute. Beat an egg into the milk until the mixture is smooth and creamy. Fill the third with a thick layer of flour, breadcrumbs or your coating of choice.

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    The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has mentioned red tide - a phenomenon where many microscopic bacteria bloom and spread - as the likely culprit behind these hordes of fish dying off.

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    Catfish live in mud, literally; it is one of their habitat, probably their favorite. They burrow their way in the mud and stay there. Cats can reside in the mud for a year or thereabout, especially during drought. The mud is the ideal chill-out spot for cats, and it helps conceal them from their predators.

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