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What is cuttlefish like to eat?

Asked: Luke Wholey, Last Updated:

In general, Cuttlefish is a lot like squid in the way you cook and eat it. Cuttlefish is a common ingredient in Mediterranean and Asian dishes where its mild flavor and meaty texture work best in quickly-cooked stir-fries or slow, moist braises. ... Nearly all of the Cuttlefish is edible except for the beak.

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  • Can high salinity kill fish?

    Yes, anything about 1.025 actually CAN kill fish. I know of several people who keep their SG at 1.026 (including myself) but you can only keep hardy fish if you keep it that high. Having a salt level that high forces the fish to work harder at passing the salt through his gills, and can be very stressful.

  • Can you cook tuna steaks all the way through?

    It's certainly OK to cook ahi tuna all the way through. The only risk to your meal in overcooking is that tuna that's too far done can be quite dry (think canned tuna). Instructions for cooking ahi tuna both to medium-rare and medium are below.

  • How do you prepare a hairtail fish?

    Chop off the head of the hairtail and discard. Using a pair of scissors, trim off the side fins, working from the tail up so they can be easily snipped. Clean out the guts, making sure the bloodline next to the spine is completely scraped clean. Cut the fish into 5cm sections, rinse and pat completely dry.

  • Does Salt Kill ghost shrimp?

    Ghost shrimp are curious and aggressive creatures that liven up the tank with their frenzied activity. ... There are different varieties of ghost shrimp, and the temperaments vary from one species to the other. Some ghost fish do well in brackish water and are unaffected by the addition of aquarium salt.

  • What kind of fish is bubbles from splash and bubbles?

    Mandarin dragonet Splash (voiced by John Tartaglia), the protagonist of the series, is an adventurous yellowback fusilier who settles in Reeftown after exploring the world for a new home. Bubbles (voiced by Leslie Carrara-Rudolph), Splash's best friend who is a tomboyish mandarin dragonet and likes being messy.

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