Centrolophidae – Stromateidae – Perciformes
Seriolella porosa, Seriolella punctata Silver warehou, Savorin
length: 67 cm; weight: 3 kg (average 500g); the production season: in bycatch, almost all year round.
Savarin inhabits the Eastern Indian ocean (South Australia),South-West Pacific (New Zealand) and Southeast Pacific (Chile).
Savarin (Warehou) – marine fish squad okuneobraznyh, common in tropical and subtropical seas.
The content of mineral substances and trace elements: potassium (282 mg/100g), phosphorus (200 mg/100g), sodium (100 mg/100g), calcium (20 mg/100g). Continue reading
The Number – Cypriniformes
Family – Priniv
The genus/Species – Serrasalmus nattereri
Length: average 20 cm, in some species up to 50 cm.
Mass rarely exceeding 1.5 kg.
Caviar: a few thousand eggs.
The incubation period is 10-15 days, depending on water temperature.
Habits: constant float huge flocks.
Food: primarily fish; attack mammals, floating or come to the waterhole, and birds.
18 known species of piranhas, 4 of which are dangerous to humans, although fatal cases have been identified. Continue reading
Interested in your opinion – how to choose safe salmon, all adored the fish.
A few tips:
1. Do not buy fish with meat a bright pink color. Diet artificial fish defective, there is no shrimp and plankton, so the meat is pale.
2. Note the streaks in the Phil. If they are white, not bright pink, the dye was not used. If a fish’s little fins and red meat, so she was pumped full of dyes and growth stimulants.
Most often in fish stores buy pangasius and tilapia, because they are delicious and not very expensive. This fish brought to us from China and Vietnam – where its bred on small farms. So grown and salmon, Dorado, sea bass, sole, carp, pangasius, tilapia. Experts say that foreign products are not really fish. It can be compared to chicken-broiler. Artificial salmon are bred in special cages where the fish lives almost without movement, growth stimulants, give food with dyes, which give the meat a “dirty” color, and are pumped with antibiotics. Continue reading