fish flake


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fish flake

n
(Angling) Canadian a platform on which fish are dried
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On alternate days, each female was fed approximately 1mL each of YCT (a mixture of yeast, powdered alfalfa leaves, and fish flake food) and a suspension of the green alga, Selenastrum capricornutum (USEPA 1991).
This diversification would be not only on the present principal items like frozen and canned shrimp, frozen lobster and frog legs which will have to be subjected to individually quick frozen form, but also on a wide range of speciality products from fish and shell-fish like fish extract, fish paste, fish flake, fish finger, fish meat, fish soup mix, fish portion etc.
The skin was crispy and the fish flakes were juicy while the thick cut chips that came with it were a delicious treat.
The skin was crispy and the fish flakes were juicy, while the thick-cut chips that came with it were a delicious treat.
2 Snip over a few thyme leaves, then bake for 10 mins until the fish flakes easily when tested.
Cover and cook for about 8 minutes over low to medium-low heat, maintaining a gentle bubbling, until the fish flakes easily with a fork and is fairly firm.
There are many fermented foods in Japanese cuisine, including sauces, pastes, fish flakes, fruits, and vegetables.
Philippines' bet Maxine Medina led the ladies in packing food items such as beef congee, fish flakes, champorado and ginataan.
Pinel, a chef as well as a researcher, had the idea of pairing a spring classic, the morel mushroom, with Japanese bonito fish flakes (katsuobushi), two foods that share a surprising number of common flavors--120 altogether, according to Watson.