freshwater eel

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Noun1.freshwater eel - eels that live in fresh water as adults but return to sea to spawnfreshwater eel - eels that live in fresh water as adults but return to sea to spawn; found in Europe and America; marketed both fresh and smoked
eel - voracious snakelike marine or freshwater fishes with smooth slimy usually scaleless skin and having a continuous vertical fin but no ventral fins
genus Anguilla, Anguilla - type genus of the Anguillidae: eels
eel - the fatty flesh of eel; an elongate fish found in fresh water in Europe and America; large eels are usually smoked or pickled
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a following for its donburi (rice bowls), particularly the sashimi-topped chirashi piled with a rainbow of tuna, salmon, yellowtail, shrimp, freshwater eel and masago roe.
Among these are a liquid natural gas (LNG) project, a solar power plant in Isabela, a coal-fired power plant in Quezon, dredging operations at Port Irene in Cagayan, electric vehicle manufacture, including developing a prototype of a modern electric jeepney, and freshwater eel production in Occidental Mindoro.
He uses his bare hands to fish for big, freshwater eel, a specialty of Maori cuisine in New Zealand.
Several freshwater eel species make UnaG, which is the first fluorescent protein discovered in a vertebrate, Miyawaki says.
Freshwater eel ($5) was an extra generous cut of smoked and sweet-sauced wriggler, while the conch ($5) was simply fresh and sweet, somehow both tender and crunchy at once.
Japanese scientists recently relayed ( in the journal Cell that they've discovered a protein in the muscle fibers of the freshwater eel
However, we settled for Ginza which comprised of unagi (freshwater eel), avocado, cucumber and crabstick and Vampire maki rolls, which featured crunchy tuna and avocado.
The eel story gets deeper into culture and spirituality in the South Pacific, home to several freshwater eel species closely related to our east coast Anguilla rostrata.
Out of Destin and other Panhandle ports, the preferred natural bait for cobia is a live freshwater eel. It's deadly; our hookup rate is around 90 percent with eels.
I like yellowtail sashimi with truffle yuzu dressing; I like ebi furai prawns, straightened, breadcrumbed, fried and served with avocado and sweet soy; I like Japanese omelette with freshwater eel, and gently stewed belly pork with spicy aubergine; and I absolutely love black cod marinated in miso.
Following a lengthy description of the biology of eel (including four species of freshwater eel in France) and discussion of the likelihood of ovovivipary versus vivipary, he focused on practical opportunities: 'So ...

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