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
Pros: tasty, inexpensive, very useful
Someone in my family loves fish. I have therefore tried many kinds of fish and ways of cooking. And in this case, the issue price of not standing in the first place.
At first, I often bought salmon. She is tender, beautiful and expensive.
Tried to buy tilapia, sea language, sea bream, trout, carp, catfish, pike, sturgeon, hake, and do not list.
Later read a lot about what fish to bring us where it was harvested, the conditions in which it inhabits. And found a bad moment.
It turns out that in addition to dividing the fish of the sea and river, the fish is divided more and growing conditions. So, fish is artificially grown and living in natural conditions.
Fish grown in razvodnyh (fish farms), to put it mildly, is not subject to the use. Fish live in artificial ponds in a large quantity, often in dirty water, fed unnatural feed, is constantly sick. Therefore, it is continuously fed with antibiotics (to prevent mass mortality), as well as growth hormones (to quickly sell the fish maximum weight. Continue reading