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Is egg good for catfish?

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A research team in Nigeria looking for easily available and affordable dry feeds for catfish (Clarias gariepinus) fry in the country found the answer in boiled chicken egg yolk combined with fish feed. The fish feed serves as the vital feed.

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    Edible Innards The sexual organs are the oblong portion of the entrails extending furthest into the tip of the mantle, pale white in males but translucent in females unless they're filled with edible roe.

  • Can reheating salmon make you sick?

    You should be extremely careful when reheating seafood. However, fresh or cooked seafood that has spent any time at room temperature might be harboring bacteria that can cause foodborne illness. ... Bacteria can grow rapidly on seafood at any temperature between 40 and 140 degrees Fahrenheit.

  • Why do carp die after spawning?

    There is no proof that spawning itself can cause carp to die but carp can be weaker during or after spawning, therefore they may be more susceptible and less resilient to changes in their environment such as oxygen depletion in the water, or a potential algae bloom which could be detrimental to the carps health.

  • Is smoked fish really smoked?

    Smoked fish is fish that has been cured by smoking. Foods have been smoked by humans throughout history. Originally this was done as a preservative.

  • Is Buri fish healthy?

    Why do these fish taste so good? Because they contain fat, of course! But don't worry so much about it. It's said the fatty acids, such as DHA and EPA, are actually good for your health.

  • How do you treat fish water?

    It's important to treat water before adding fish. Tetra® AquaSafe® Solution removes chlorine and other harmful substances from the water. You should add eight drops of Tetra® AquaSafe® Solution per one gallon of water. For example, a two-gallon aquarium will need 16 drops of Tetra® AquaSafe® Solution.

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  • Can you freeze leftover tuna?

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  • What should the water hardness be in a fish tank?

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  • What does it mean if salmon smells fishy?

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  • What is trout comparable to?

    Trout and salmon also share some similarities in terms of their meat. They both possess pink meats and have varying flavors. Freshwater trout is considerably more bland and has a catfish-like flavor. ... For most fish taste charts, trout is known for its mild flavor and a delicate texture.

  • Do you need to wash frozen fish before cooking?

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  • Why is my shrimp Brown?

    Colour is a major part of most food, but very little foods change colour so drastically as shrimps do. Food turning brown is very common, thanks to the Maillard reaction, caramelization or enzymes. ... Instead, what is going on in shrimps is probably most similar to the colour change that happens when fruit ripen.

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    Usually, the clam's not poisonous: Humans and wildlife both enjoy its “particularly delicious” flesh. But under certain conditions, the clam's flesh harbors domoic acid, causing diarrhea, amnesia, and even death. The conditions that turn this savory clam toxic are becoming more widespread—and we humans are to blame.

  • What is the most aggressive catfish?

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    The most common cause of fish kills is suffocation due to lack of dissolved oxygen. Most dissolved oxygen is produced by algae and aquatic plants through photosynthesis. A lesser but also important source of oxygen in water is diffusion from the atmosphere, which is enhanced by wind-induced surface water turbulence.

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