How to choose a fish
Buying fish in the market or in a supermarket, notHesitate to ask questions about the quality of the goods. It is important to know the country of origin of the fish where it was grown (indoor or outdoor pool with a risk of contamination), the way to catch (if the fish is wild).
How to choose a fish
When in the market or in the supermarket you are offeredFish of expensive varieties, you should think carefully before buying such a product. Because fraud now has become commonplace: insidious sellers disguised as expensive varieties can sell Cheap fish.
- Wild perch
Those who want to taste this fish are worthBe sure to find out the place of its catch. Chilean sea bass contains a large amount of mercury, so adults are recommended to use this fish not more than 2 times a month.
A bad choice is also considered perch caughtOn the Crozet Islands and Prince Edward. There is carried out illegal fishing with the associated destruction of other marine creatures. Choosing a sea bass, it is best to stay on the fish caught from the Falkland Islands and the island of makkuori. Also very good sea bass, which grew off the coast of Argentina.
Cafe - another fish with a lot of contentMercury in meat. The catch of this type of fish often occurs with a large violation of norms, hence the risk of getting infected fish or spoiled. If you still want to bring the tile to the table, pay attention to the fish that was caught in the middle Atlantic (there are more sparing methods of catching fish).
- Atlantic bastards
Not everyone knows that the age of the AtlanticBolshilova can reach 100 years! A few decades ago there was a real boom for this fish. Now this species has a rather sparse population due to the long reproductive cycle and poaching.
It is worth to abandon the purchase of the AtlanticBolshinova at least for the sake of preserving the species of this fish. And you can imagine how many toxic substances are in the meat of fish, whose age has exceeded 50 years.
Many gourmands love to pamper themselves and theirClose shark steak. But is it worth it? Most mollusks and fish have the ability to accumulate in the tissues of mercury compounds. The number of these compounds depends on the type of fish and its place in the food chain.
In the process of transferring mercury from one fish to another, the largest number of compounds is found in large predators. A shark is one of them.
- King mackerel
Still recently it was believed that the royal mackerel,Grown on the will, very useful for health. But this fact can be argued because of the same mercury compounds. Wild mackerel is not recommended for use by children and women. Men can also eat this fish no more than once a month.
Swordfish is a popular product in manyRestaurants, included in the rating of the Michelin. For ordinary consumers, it poses a particular danger: under its guise, cheaper varieties of fish are often sold. Often, instead of swordfish, the cunning sellers slip the buyers off with a fish - a fish from the shark family.
Ruveta - an unusually tasty fish that can beMeet under the name "white tuna". Its use should be limited, since in large quantities, the meat of Ruveta provokes a severe attack of diarrhea. It contains a special substance - gempilotoxin, which is not digested by our stomach.
- Bluefin tuna
Almost all tuna species contain smallDoses of mercury. Catching fish is often poachish: while other marine life is lost. Because of poaching, the species was seriously damaged, as often the catch of fish occurs before the onset of its reproductive age.
- Red lucian
Because of excessive catch the population of this speciesVery scanty. Now under the guise of red snapper sellers slip naive customers tilapia and sea bass. But it's not as bad as buying a red-Lucian overdue or spoiled during transportation.
Very tasty fish, the meat of which is used for making sushi and sashimi. In the list of dangerous products, the eel came in because its meat stores mercury compounds and polychlorinated biphenyls.
Do you like to pamper yourself with exoticism? Tell us in the comments what kind of fish you prefer!