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Is mackerel nice to eat?

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Mackerel is an important food fish that is consumed worldwide. As an oily fish, it is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids. The flesh of mackerel spoils quickly, especially in the tropics, and can cause scombroid food poisoning.

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    Milkfish, more commonly known as Chanos Chanos, Bangus, or Bandeng, is a type of important fish that lives in both freshwater and seawater. They are known to be omnivorous in nature, often feeding on small bacteria, algae, and invertebrates.

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    – Pulasa Fish Godavari river Pulasa fish in Andhra Pradesh is the tastiest and costliest of all the varieties of the popular fish found in India.

  • Can you store fish batter in the fridge?

    MEAT, FISH OR POULTRY BATTER Once batter has been used to dip raw meat or fish it is considered a potentially hazardous food and must be kept below 41º F by placing it in the refrigerator or by keeping it on ice.

  • What is the best weather for pike fishing?

    Favorable weather conditions for pike include a low-pressure system with moderate temperatures, overcast skies, and southern or southwestern winds. Rain does however have a somewhat more negative effect on the pike's appetite and should hence be avoided.

  • Can crayfish live with shrimp?

    It is not advisable to keep them together with shrimps, since shrimps may be considered a welcomed snack. Plants are not eaten, therefore you can keep dwarf crayfish in planted aquariums. Their lifetime is between 1.5 to 2 years.

  • Can a fish bone kill you?

    Fishbone is probably the commonest mistakenly swallowed potentially-dangerous food item. It mostly causes no harm. But in very rare cases, it can go the wrong way, block the airway, causes choking and instant death.

  • Can you hold a skate fish?

    Clearnose are covered with small spines, pretty much all over and the safest way to handle them is picking them up by the tail with a set of pliers.

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