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Is haddock yellow fish?

Asked: Joseph Kieser, Last Updated:

Smoked haddock is naturally an off-white colour and it is frequently dyed yellow, as are other smoked fish.

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  • How many fish can I put in a 30 gallon?

    Inch-Per-Gallon Rules This means a 30-gallon tank could hold 6 to 15 1-inch fish, or 2 to 4 3-inch fish. However, when a fish gets larger than 3 inches, this guideline rapidly breaks down, since 10 1-inch fish are smaller than one 10-inch fish.

  • How do you know if haddock is bad?

    To tell if fish has gone bad, touch your raw fish to see if it's slimy, which happens when fish starts to spoil. You can also smell your fish. If it has an increasingly fishy smell or starts to smell like rotten meat, it has gone bad.

  • Can we use vinegar for fish?

    You can use vinegar as the acid. ... Adding vinegar to frying or boiling fish will also help reduce the fishy taste and smell, and it will also keep the meat soft. If you want to retain the white colour of fish, then keep it soaked in a mixture of 1 quarter water and two spoons of vinegar, for about 20 minutes.

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