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How many clams is 2 pounds?

Asked: Tom Fiddament, Last Updated:

Fresh Littleneck Clams include: Each pound serves two to three as an appetizer and contains 8-12 clams.

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    Any dead fish should be removed, as its body will quickly rot in the warm, bacteria-laden water. A corpse will pollute water, risking the health of other fish in the tank. If it died from disease the last thing you want is other fish consuming its body parts, so remove immediately.

  • Can raw tuna be frozen?

    Yes, you can freeze fresh tuna and fresh tuna steaks. Like other fish, fresh tuna freezes well and isn't affected by the freezing process. Personally, I find that it does have a slightly stronger fishy taste after being frozen, but other than that it can be thawed and cooked just as you usually would.

  • Can you be intolerant to tuna?

    Scombrotoxic or histamine fish poisoning is a common condition normally associated with consuming spoiled tuna, mackerel, bonito, or skipjack. Typical symptoms like flushing, urticaria, and palpitations mimic those of allergy so histamine fish poisoning can easily be misdiagnosed.

  • Is tilapia a healthy fish to eat?

    Tilapia is an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids and protein, both of which are important for good health. Choosing tilapia from a responsible source can reduce the risks to health. Consumers can look for the country of origin or the Ocean Wise symbol to check the source of their fish.

  • What salt can I put in my fish tank?

    Common table salt is suitable; however, it should be non-iodized and contain no additives. Rock Salt or Kosher salt are excellent choices, as they are pure sodium chloride with nothing else added.

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