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What is the traditional Christmas dinner in Poland?

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A traditional Wigilia supper in Poland includes fried carp and borscht (beetroot soup) with uszka (ravioli). Carp provides a main component of the Christmas Eve meal across Poland; carp fillet, carp in aspic and gefilte fish.

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  • Is Biofloc fish healthy?

    A good nutritional value is found in biofloc. The dry weight protein ranges from 25 – 50 percent, fat ranges 0.5 – 15 percent. It is a good source of vitamins and minerals, particularly phosphorous. It also has an effect similar to probiotics.

  • What are cuttlefish for?

    Cuttlefish are used by humans as food, as a source of ink, and for the cuttlebone, a dietary supplement providing calcium for cage birds. The modern cuttlefish appeared in the Miocene Epoch (which began about 23 million years ago) and is derived from a belemnite-like ancestor.

  • At what temperature is tuna fully cooked?

    No dining decisions to make there. Tuna and salmon, on the other hand, are more steak-like and can be prepared anywhere from rare (about 110 degrees) to well-done (about 145 degrees), depending on your preference. (For the record, the USDA says 145 degrees is the minimum safe internal temperature for fish.)

  • Do clams need to be closed before cooking?

    Give any open-shelled clams a tap, and if they don't shut, discard the clam (soft-shelled clams will stay slightly open; thanks to their long neck, they can't close completely). Clams must remain alive until cooked, so make sure that they're packed in netted or perforated bags to prevent smothering.

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    Sometimes when you buy raw shrimp you will notice a thin, black string down its back. Although removing that string is called deveining, it is actually not a vein (in the circulatory sense.) It is the shrimp's digestive tract, and its dark color means it is filled with grit.

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    As with other cephalopods like squid and octopus, cuttlefish should be cooked either quickly or very slowly or simply eaten raw and at their freshest to enjoy the flavour of the sweet flesh.

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