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What fish is stockfish made of?

Asked: Vicusa Kowski, Last Updated:

Arctic cod Our stockfish comes mainly from the prime seasonal Arctic cod called skrei or the Norwegian Arctic cod, caught above the Arctic circle where the conditions are perfect for drying the fish. To this day, we make it by using the same methods and the same special ingredient – our nature.

FAQ

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    Essential nutrients. Calcium and magnesium are essential nutrients for aquatic plants and animals. For example, fish need calcium for bone development, because bone consists largely of calcium phosphate.

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    Carp are omnivorous and will eat plankton, insects, and larvae, as well as tender plant stems and river weeds, so baiting carp is relatively easy. Boilies are the go-to bait for most carp anglers.

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    Puffers are different. The small species are often too aggressive or nippy to be mixed with fish of similar size, but are themselves likely to be threatened by substantially larger tankmates. The bigger puffers are usually predatory as well, and they make risky additions to community tanks.

  • Is it bad to hold a fish?

    It's important to know the right way to handle a fish when you take it out of the water, especially if you plan to release it. Holding a fish improperly can traumatize and even injure it, making it less likely to survive after its release, even if it appears to swim away unharmed.

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