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What fish is similar to herring?

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Sardines are small oily fish similar to herring. The term sardine does not refer to a specific species but in fact just means small fishes packed in tins. The most common sardines are pilchards, silds, or brislings.

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  • Is darker or lighter salmon better?

    Since the fish is known for its distinctive pink hue (a hue often referred to as “salmon”), darker salmon sells better. ... Wild salmon is naturally pink due to their diet which includes astaxanthin, a reddish-orange compound found in krill and shrimp. Farm-raised salmon, however, eat whatever farmers throw into their pen.

  • Can I store dry fish in the freezer?

    The best way is to wrap the finished fish in cling film and put it in the freezer. After defrosting, the product should be dried for several hours. This semi-finished product (wrapped in paper) is well stored on the bottom shelf of the refrigerator. In this form, it will not lose nutritional value within six months.

  • What temperature do you smoke carp to?

    In order for the internal temperature of the fish to reach 180°F, your smoker needs to eventually reach 225°F within eight hours. To ensure the fish is perfectly smoked and safe to eat, a temperature of 225°F needs to be sustained for 30 minutes. This will keep the fish's internal temperature at a constant 180°F.

  • Why does my shrimp taste like plastic?

    When people cook shrimp, he says, the biggest mistake they make is cooking them too long. Most people overcook them, and the shrimp tastes like rubber. Shrimp should only take two to three minutes to cook.

  • What are clams called in Australia?

    Known as Clam, Vongole or Vongoli, wild Coffin Bay Cockles are hand-raked from the pristine waters of Coffin Bay.

  • Who owns FV-tuna?

    Gloucester, MA - Tuna.com Owner/Captian Dave Carraro on his boat.

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  • What if a dog eats sea water?

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  • Should I marinate shrimp in fridge?

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