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Which salmon is wild caught?

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There are five species of wild salmon from Alaska: chinook, chum, coho, pink, and sockeye. All come from well-managed fisheries and are low in contaminants. Arctic char, a member of the salmon family, comes primarily from eco-friendly farms.

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    Koi fish can live in your aquarium and like all other types of fish, you need to take care of them or they might not survive for long. ... Koi fish may not always blend well with other fish since they are quite messy, but with the right care and maintenance, you can add them to a fish tank with other fish.

  • How do you get rid of the fishy smell in shrimp?

    Rinse your fish well under cool tap water to help remove trimethylamine -- the amino acid known to cause fishy smells. Treat your shrimp with an acid, such as lemon juice or vinegar, before and during cooking to reduce the smell. If your shrimp is fresh, not frozen, soak it in a bowl of milk for about 20 minutes.

  • What type of fish is bony?

    Bony Fish

    • Atlantic Porkfish.
    • Atlantic Spadefish.
    • Balloonfish.
    • Barracudas.
    • Blue Tang.
    • Bluestriped Grunt.
    • Cichlids.
    • Crevalle Jack.

  • Do catfish keep ponds clean?

    We get asked this question quite frequently… The one-word answer to that question is “No”. Contrary to popular opinion, catfish don't eat muck and vegetation from the bottom of the pond. Catfish are predators that prey on a wide variety of aquatic animals, but they do not eat pond muck.

  • Can you salt cure any fish?

    Both haddock and flounder work just as well as cod. ... The process of salting cod (or the fish of your choice) could not be simpler. It does take some time, so plan on at least a week, if not two, to ensure the fish are fully cured and dried. In the end, you will have perfectly preserved fish to use in the future.

  • Are parasites killing shrimp?

    It destroys the shrimp's ability to reproduce by sucking its blood. ... "It is incredibly adept at finding a host and once it gets in, it essentially castrates the mud shrimp. The parasite doesn't immediately kill the host; it just turns it into a zombie.

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