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What is Filipino dried fish?

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Daing, tuyô, or bilad (literally "sun-dried" or "sun-baked") refers to dried fish from the Philippines. Fish prepared as daing are usually split open (though they may be left whole), gutted, salted liberally, and then sun and air-dried.

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  • Does salt curing kill parasites in salmon?

    Salmon, in particular, should be bought previously frozen — salmon is anadromous, living in both salt and fresh water, and can pick up worms that other ocean fish don't; though curing can kill bacteria, only proper freezing can kill these parasites.

  • Should frozen salmon be thawed before cooking?

    First, don't worry about thawing your salmon. Yep, there's no need to move it to the fridge the night before, then realize it's not completely thawed when you want to cook it, then panic and try to speed-thaw it so it'll be ready in time. Simply leave it in the freezer until you're ready to cook it.

  • What makes frozen shrimp mushy?

    For best results, buy IQF (individually quick frozen) shrimp in the shell and defrost them yourself. This goes double for whole shrimp (i.e. with heads still attached). The heads contain an enzyme that can quickly turn the flesh mushy if not separated from the body immediately after harvesting.

  • What is the main source of calcium in fish?

    Sardines and Canned Salmon Sardines and canned salmon are loaded with calcium, thanks to their edible bones. A 3.75-ounce (92-gram) can of sardines packs 35% of the RDI, and 3 ounces (85 grams) of canned salmon with bones have 21% (14, 15).

  • Should you chew an oyster?

    There's no right way to eat an oyster. ... Then put down your fork, pick up the shell, and slurp down the oyster from the wide end—it's more aerodynamic that way. Chew the fish one or twice before you swallow it.

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