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Is dried fish fermented?

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Salting was not economically feasible until the 17th century, when cheap salt from southern Europe became available to the maritime nations of northern Europe. Stockfish is cured in a process called fermentation where cold adapted bacteria matures the fish, similar to the maturing process of cheese.

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  • How much is 3 oz of fish?

    3 oz of grilled fish is the size of a checkbook. A medium apple, peach, or orange is about the size of a tennis ball. For cut fruit and vegetables such as watermelon, broccoli, or peas use cups.

  • Do ghost shrimp turn white when they die?

    The most common cause actually is old age. This may sadden you but it usually means that the shrimp are at the end of their natural lifespan. A different reason may be molting, although they do not turn completely white when this occurs.

  • What are you supposed to do if you catch a carp?

    Immediately contact the appropriate agency personnel for the state you are in. If an email address is provided, email a photograph of the fish in question as well as call. If state personnel would like to examine the fish, put it on ice or place in a plastic bag. Do NOT keep a live Asian carp in your possession.

  • How long do wild catfish live?

    Channel catfish in most circumstances live to 6-8 years old but cases have presented where channel catfish live past 10 years old. They will reach 12-32 inches in length during this time span and after the first year, channel catfish are about 2.5 inches in length.

  • Can I use Windex to clean the outside of my fish tank?

    I use Windex all the time with no ill effects. I spray it right on the glass, but I try not to create a big misty cloud with it so my skimmer can't suck anything in the downdrafts. I use it sometimes but spray it on the rag and use a dry rag to wipe it off... no problems.

  • Can you keep fish on ice overnight?

    Keeping fish fresh ensures cleanliness, taste, and texture. You can keep fish on ice before cleaning them for 24 – 36 hours if you pack them correctly. Using an insulated cooler with a draining spout filled with crushed ice is ideal. There are other tips and tricks that anglers use to ensure freshness.

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  • Can fish be frozen forever?

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    Sailfish The sailfish is the fastest fish in the world – able to swim at a speed of 68mph, followed by the marlin at 50mph.

  • How do you humanely kill a mackerel?

    Registered. As some of the lads have said, just put two fingers in its mouth and pull its head upwards back towards its tail untill it makes a breaking/crunching sound. By breaking its neck you immediatly kill it and therefore it's humane.

  • What food is Providence Rhode Island known for?

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  • What fish are illegal to own in Florida?

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    • Sunfish.
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  • What fish is Yakka?

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  • Is squid good for diet?

    Squid has no carbs. Those who fear carbs and those on a keto diet can include squid in their diet because it has no carbohydrates. Squid is a good source of vitamin B12 and B6 which the body needs for neural health and blood health and vitamin B6 for heart protection from strokes. Squid has Selenium and Vitamin E.

  • Do catfish need salt?

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  • What temperature is kingfish?

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  • How do you know if you overcooked crawfish?

    Taste the crawfish every 5 minutes for the next 10-15 minutes until done. If the tail meat is rubbery, the crawfish is undercooked, if mushy and falling apart, it is overcooked. You are looking for a firm tail, juicy head and great spice. The crawfish will begin to sink.

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    A simple recipe is three parts carbon to one part nitrogen. Other integral factors for composting fish are water and air, about 60 percent water to 20 percent oxygen, so aeration is necessary. A pH of 6 to 8.5 is needed and a temperature of 130 to 150 degrees F. (54-65 C.)

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