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How long can a tilapia live?

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Commercial species

hidePrincipal commercial tilapia species
Common nameScientific nameMaximum age
Nile tilapiaOreochromis niloticus (Linnaeus, 1758)9 years
Blue tilapia- Oreochromis aureus (Steindachner, 1864)years
Nile tilapia + blue tilapia hybridyears
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FAQ

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    Boneless chicken, turkey, lamb, beef, pork, or duck; deboned fish, especially salmon; and eggs which can be cooked with their crushed shells included for extra calcium. Organ meats are very healthy as well, but typically should not make up more than 15% of the diet. Carrots, blueberries, peas and more.

  • Do you need to fry Tinapa?

    Tinapa smoked fish also known as smoked herring is a popular way to prepare this fish. Tinapa together with rice and veggies is a hearty meal to most Filipinos. The imported frozen Tinapa smoked fish is already cook, but I prefer to fry it before consuming. It is tastier plus safer to eat.

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    Tunas are elongated, robust, and streamlined fishes; they have a rounded body that tapers to a slender tail base and a forked or crescent-shaped tail.

  • How are clams killed?

    During cooking, the clams are killed by the heat and in most cases the shell opens simply as a result of that, i.e. the clam is dead so it can't pull on the shell any more to keep it from opening.

  • Do giant squid taste good?

    All tests found the squid to be not delicious in any way. Introduction: ... Researchers speculated that the meat of the colossal squid would taste "squiddy", "gamey" or "kind of more-flavourless, like how those overlarge chicken breast don't have much taste".

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