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What is the difference between squid and calamari?
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I can’t find the exact fish listed in a recipe, how do I know what to substitute?
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Are antibiotics found in fish imports and should we be concerned about the use of antibiotics ...
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What’s the difference between wild and farmed barramundi?
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How much fish and seafood do I need to eat to be considered healthy for my heart ?
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Is there much salt in fish?
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I understand that omega 3 is a good thing to help with CHD. Which fish and seafood contain omega-...
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Why do some scallops have roe and others don’t?
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I’m using a cookbook published in Europe, what Australian fish can I substitute for their fish...
  • The Cook asked 3 years ago
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I have had over the years a few fish fillets that go all mushy and milky when cooked. What is the...
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I would like to know if imported fish is as healthy as local Australian fish and is the import...
  • The Cook asked 3 years ago
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I have heard that you need to “purge” some types of shellfish. Can you please expl...
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