Field Guide to Seafood

Field Guide to Seafood

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Doctors recommend eating fish or shellfish two to three days a week to reap the plentiful health benefits. For many though, including vegetarians, this is a daunting suggestion--the variety and number of different kinds of fish and shellfish can be overwhelming.Continuing the successful Field Guide series, the Field Guide to Seafood includes more than 100 different kinds of fish and shellfish, from salmon, sardines and shark to clams, cockles and oysters. Award-winning writer Aliza Green explains everything you need to know about seafood: how it is sold, how to select it, how to cook it, what flavours work best with each fish. The handy size and full-colour photos aid in identification at the store.Suggested Broiled Alaskan King Crab (serves 2): Cut 1 pound Recipe: split king crab legs into 2- to 3-inch sections. ... for lobsters that were so plentiful they were often found on the beach at low tide a€” they could be three to four feet long.

Title:Field Guide to Seafood
Author:Aliza Green
Publisher:Quirk Books - 2007-01


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