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How long does it take raw fish to cook in lime juice?

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Depending on the size of the fish pieces, you will need at least 30 minutes and normally an hour for the citrus to “cook” the fish. Two hours is fine, but beyond that the ceviche, while still good, becomes more of a pickled fish thing. It's a subtle difference, but you can taste it.

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    Lay the fillets on a raised rack, so air can reach both sides. Let the fish air dry for an hour or so at room temperature, until it's not sticky anymore. It should start to get a slightly hard coating on the surface (called a pellicle). When it does, it's ready to smoke.

  • How do I keep fish from dying in my pond?

    At Clarke, we recommend the following to prevent summer fish kills: Install surface aeration fountains or sub-surface aerators and water circulators to maintain healthy oxygen levels and flows, as well as to off-set disturbed dissolved oxygen levels during algae and plant treatment.

  • Do drop shrimp eggs hatch?

    Egg dropping/molting is not regular, but does happen. You may want to verify your water quality as molting can be a sign of stress. Don't keep your hopes up, that the dropped eggs will hatch. Even if they were fertilized, it is most likely that they wont make it.

  • How much does a decent fishing rod cost?

    On average, a new fishing rod will cost somewhere around $203 USD for something of high quality but will range between $30 and $550. You can definitely end up spending more money than this but this seems to be the average for the most popular models.

  • Are most fish teleost?

    The oldest teleost fossils date back to the late Paleozoic, evolving from fish related to the bowfins in the clade Holostei. During the Mesozoic and Cenozoic they diversified, and as a result, 96 percent of all known fish species are teleosts.

  • How do you use frozen smoked trout?

    Only freeze smoked fish that has not been previously cut into and has not expired. Place the piece of fish inside a freezable zip-lock bag. Make sure that the bag is completely sealed and try to get all of the air out of the bag as air will dry the fish. Write the freezing date on the bag so you can keep track.

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  • How many herring are in a school?

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  • Can crayfish think?

    Crayfish may be smarter than we thought, as a study finds they can experience "anxiety" Crustaceans really are spineless, according to a recent study in the journal Science.

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