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Is it safe to eat fish with black spot disease?

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Is it safe to eat? Yes, although unsightly, the fillet is safe to eat if it is well cooked. Always cook fish well before consuming.

FAQ

  • What happens when you open a clam?

    Most clams are shucked(opened for consumption) while they are alive, this however does not instantly kill them because they usually are just having their muscles severed from the shell during this process, so they could potentially live longer.

  • How long can fish be left out to thaw?

    Do not thaw frozen seafood at room temperature. If thawing in the refrigerator, allow one to two hours per pound of seafood. Another quote from the link below; "... If food is allowed to remain at room temperature for two hours or longer, bacteria can multiply and cause food poisoning.

  • How did they fish in Bible times?

    Fishermen used nets, baskets, spears, hook and line, and in some situations, their bare hands to angle the musht, biny, sardine, and other species common to the lake of Galilee. “Fishing was hard work, especially for fisherman who stood on the bank and had to throw their nets out into the water,” Simpson said.

  • Will tilapia breed in a pond?

    Tilapia can be grown successfully in a variety of environments, including ponds, cages, raceways, and tanks. Urban farmers have even reported growing them in trash cans. If you are using a tank or cage, you will need to purchase the materials needed to set up these systems.

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  • How do you make fish not soggy?

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  • Is fishing better before or after a front?

    And as fronts pass through the changes in barometric pressure can also have an effect; with many species feeding increases immediately before a cold front, but slows during and after a storm or front hits. Fishing after a front pushes through is then sometimes poor, and continues to be poor for a day or two.

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  • Is it safe to eat oysters from Hiroshima?

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