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Is small fish rich in calcium?

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Small fish with soft bones are highly likely to be eaten with bones and thus contribute much more calcium than fish with hard, inedible bones. The bioavail- ability of calcium from the SIS mola has been found to be high and similar to that of milk (Larsen et al., 2000).

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    You can either use a steady retrieve or a stop-and-go motion to entice fish. It is a lot like fishing with a sinking line on a fly rod. The idea is to make your fly look like a minnow or small aquatic insect on the move. As you can see, it is quite possible to fish flies using a spinning rod.

  • How long can you keep home canned salmon?

    Salmon can be used for three to five years, as long as the can remains intact and it's been properly stored in a cool, well-ventilated area. Its flavor and quality will deteriorate after extended storage, so it's always a good idea to use your oldest cans first and replace them with new ones.

  • How do you store shrimp in the refrigerator?

    Store fresh shrimp in the coldest part of your fridge and use within a day or two. If the shrimp is in a plastic bag, Boone likes to set the bag in a bowl of ice in the fridge, open the bag and lay a damp paper towel over the top. "When it's all wrapped up in plastic and can't breathe, it gets smelly," she said.

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    The raw fish appears off-white, sometimes pink, and cooks to an off-white color. The meat of the wings has a striated, open-fan shape. Each wing produces two fillets — one from the upper side and one from the lower. Skates are an excellent source of healthy, low fat protein.

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    Purge crawfish right before boiling; if you do it any earlier, they will die. Crawfish need air to stay alive; do not let them sit in water for too long.

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    Outside of the ones that can eat a human being whole, fish aren't generally thought of as being dangerous to your health. There are some, however, that can hurt you plenty whether it be from their teeth, poisonous spines, gill plates or plain old brute strength.

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