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What are Glenryck pilchards?

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Pilchards are 'oil-rich' fish, which makes them an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids. They are small, open-ocean fish, which filter-feed on plankton in the nutrient-rich zones of cold currents.

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  • How long can clams soak in water?

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    Fish with a low fat content (bass, pike, and crappie, for example) are the best candidates for jerky. Oily species such as catfish should be avoided for this use, because they're more likely to become rancid.

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