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What does the C stand for in the acronym clams?

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CLAM. Comment, Link, Authenticate and Messaging.

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  • How long before tuna sandwich goes bad?

    The best way to store a tuna sandwich in the fridge is to put it in airtight freezer containers. This will keep the sandwich fresh for up to 5 days. The time you store the sandwich also counts as well. You should store the sandwich within an hour of preparation if you know you will not eat it within the hour.

  • Does cooking salmon kill botulism?

    Normal thorough cooking (pasteurisation: 70°C 2min or equivalent) will kill Cl. botulinum bacteria but not its spores.

  • What color do fish see?

    The majority of fish have developed eyes that will detect the type of colors typical of their environment. For example, inshore fish have good color vision, whereas offshore pelagic fish have limited color vision and detect only a few if any colors other than black and white.

  • What do mandarin fish eat in captivity?

    Copepods What does a Mandarin goby eat? A mandarin goby eats copepods, a small invertebrate (crustacean) that is a staple of many marine fish species. But unlike other saltwater fish species commonly kept in home aquariums, the mandarin goby often only eats live foods like copepods and occasionally brine shrimp or mysis shrimp.

  • Can there be worms in salmon?

    These small, whitish, and somewhat flabby worms are common in salmon from some areas of Alaska. ... But there should be caution in consuming raw fish because some species of fish can contain these harmful worms. Eating raw, lightly cured, or insufficiently cooked infected fish can transfer the live worms to humans.

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    • Sesame Rice.
    • Cucumber Dill Salad.
    • Rice Pilaf with Dried Fruits and Almonds.

  • What is the gestation period of ghost shrimp?

    12-14 days Ghost shrimp larvae have an incubation period of 12-14 days and hatch from eggs. The development from hatching to maturity takes 2 to 3 months at a water temperature of 23 degrees Celsius, cooler temperatures delay maturation.

  • Can dogs eat tilapia everyday?

    Tilapia is a tasty, healthy treat that you can give to your pup in small amounts. Some vets advise keeping treats at or below 10% of your dog's food for the day. Moderation is the key to any healthy diet, and you should chat with your vet to make sure you are giving them the right portion size.

  • Should you season fish before frying?

    Before you fry the fish in hot oil, season it with herbs and spices to enhance the fish's flavor. There are various ways to season fish before frying it. If you like southern-style catfish, try seasoning it with cornmeal. Or, if you'd prefer a simpler route, try seasoning whitefish with beer and breadcrumbs.

  • Is canned salmon just as healthy as fresh?

    Both canned and fresh fish are good sources of protein and other important nutrients, and have the same amount of calories.. Plus canned salmon delivers the same high doses of healthy Omega 3's and Vitamin D. The real choice to be made when considering your health is wild salmon over farmed salmon.

  • Can you leave shrimp in the fridge for a week?

    Scallops/Shrimps: Raw scallops and shrimp should be tightly covered, refrigerated and used within 2 days. Cooked shrimp can be refrigerated for up to 3 days.

  • What is the most rare color of crayfish?

    The blue is rare. The pure white is even more rare. Lutz called those “once in a lifetime” finds, but the good news for all of us is that no matter what color they are, they all taste the same: awesome! “Blue crawfish actually turn bright red when they're boiled because the heat oxidizes their pigments,” Lutz said.

  • Can you use a regular fishing rod for fly fishing?

    So, can you fly fish with a regular fishing rod? Yes. It is possible to use a spinning rod or bait casting rod to cast flies if you add lead weights or a casting bubble. However, the action and length of regular fishing rods is not designed to properly cast unweighted flies very far, even if used with fly fishing line.

  • Is cod the healthiest fish?

    The Bottom Line Cod is both a nutritious and flavorful fish loaded with lean protein, vitamins, and minerals. Although lower in omega-3s than fatty fish, cod can still be part of a healthy diet. Cod contains less mercury than some seafood, including popular fish like tuna, and can be prepared in multiple ways.

  • How long do Danio fish live for?

    Between two and five years The typical lifespan of a Zebra Danio is between two and five years. There are no guarantees with lifespan.

  • Where does Costco tilapia fish come from?

    Farmed Tilapia Currently, all tilapia sold at Costco is from farms and suppliers that are ASC certified. One of our suppliers is Regal Springs. Click here for information related to Regal Springs and their sustainability efforts.

  • What is the best prawns to buy?

    It's official: the Aussie prawn – ethical, sustainable and delicious – is the best in the world. Specifically, the Spencer Gulf King Prawn. Anthony Huckstep takes to the high seas with chef Neil Perry to seek them out.

  • Can you heat up tuna pasta in the microwave?

    Yes, you can reheat tuna pasta bake, either in the oven or the microwave. The oven is best for reheating it properly.

  • Will baby crayfish eat each other?

    Careful with the Baby Crayfish However, crayfish are known to eat each other. So after a few short days, take the female out of the tank. The last thing you want is to have mom eat her babies. ... Later, your crayfish can eat sinking pellets and will have other choices in food.

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