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How do you pick a good fish maw?

Asked: Jordan Bechtel, Last Updated:

“Good fish maw, fried or dried, should be an even golden yellow, fairly thick for more bite, and whole. Avoid those that are broken in any way as well as those with a greyish tinge, which means they have probably been displayed for too long.”

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    Yes, generally bettas can stay in those cups for a couple days. Betta don't live as long as they should in these cups because they are unfit environments and most get sick within the first month of being there.

  • Which fish has more Omega 3?

    Cold-water wild varieties of fish like mackerel, tuna, salmon, sardines and herring contain high amounts of omega-3 fatty acids.

  • Is it bad to drink tuna water?

    It's salted water with a bit of natural tuna “juice”. If you are not on a low salt / reduced sodium diet, it is no more dangerous than the tuna itself. I personally always use it. Either drink it straight if I've been exercising, add it to my ramen, or freezer it for later use.

  • What is the best time to catch salmon?

    Basics of Salmon Fishing & Nighttime While specific waters and specific species may vary, generally the best season for salmon fishing is in the fall. Late summer offers good luck. The spring is better for related species such as Steelhead, brown, and rainbow trout.

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