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Where is John Dory fish from?

Asked: Jean-Félix Côté, Last Updated:

John Dory are benthopelagic coastal fish, found on the coasts of Africa, South East Asia, New Zealand, Australia, the coasts of Japan, and on the coasts of Europe. They live near the seabed, living in depths from 5 metres (15 ft) to 360 metres (1200 ft). They are normally solitary.

FAQ

  • How is stock fish preserved?

    Stockfish is cured in a process called fermentation where cold-adapted bacteria matures the fish, similar to the maturing process of cheese. Clipfish is processed in a chemical curing process called salt-maturing, similar to the maturing processes of other salt-matured products such as Parma ham.

  • Can catfish survive in ponds?

    Ideal Environment. Channel catfish prefer warmer water (about 60° to 70°F) in areas with little or no currents. They thrive in small and large rivers, reservoirs, natural lakes and ponds.

  • Is mackerel good frozen?

    Mackerel for freezing should be chilled immediately after capture and frozen within 24 hours; mackerel with a high fat content should preferably be frozen within 12 hours. Frozen mackerel, properly glazed and kept in cold storage at -30°C, will keep in good condition for at least 6 months.

  • Can you eat salmon that is pink in the middle?

    What Does Pink Salmon In the Middle Mean? Pink is the only color that is going to define whether your salmon is cooked or not. ... So, if the color is light pink or pinkish-white from the outside, you are free to enjoy your salmon.

  • Can you feed fish moldy bread?

    Can fish eat moldy bread? No, mold can infect your fish. So, don't try to feed your fish stale or moldy bread. Even fresh bread isn't good for their health.

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  • Can you smoke raw fish?

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