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Shellfish and Chimpanzees By Nicole Searcey
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a collection of poetry based on the Vagan laws and principles of the Vaganish peoples.
Lily and the Selfish Shellfish By Mark Evans
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Lily and her cousin Cayla go to the beach...
Seafood With Love: Shellfish By Valerie Barber
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Lily and the Selfish Shellfish By Mark Evans
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Lily visits the beach with her cousin, Cayla, but a selfish crab keeps them from enjoying their trip...or so they think!
Fish & Shellfish Recipes: The Ultimate Collection By Adam K Randle
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Fish is a highly nutritious food commodity. Being an excellent protein food with fewer calories, it is better than other meat sources. It is rich in omega 3 fatty acids proven to be good for the... More > heart. There are many ways to cook fish. Fish may be boiled, steamed, baked, fried, broiled or sautéed. The cookery method to select depends largely on the size, kind, quality and flavor of the fish. Some varieties of fish are more or less tasteless. These should be prepared by a cookery method that will improve their flavor or if the cooking fails to add flavor, a highly seasoned or highly flavored sauce should be served with them. "Fish & Shellfish Recipes" gives you step by step instructions to cook many kinds of fish and shellfish in different ways. It includes recipes of Salmon, Codfish, Haddock, Halibut, Turbot, Shad, Blue-fish, Black-fish, White-fish, Sea-Bass, Rock-Bass, Sword Fish, Mullet, Mackerel, Eels, Lobsters, Oysters, Crabs, Shrimp, Clams, Scallops and more...< Less
Seafood Basics......buying . storing . cleaning . cooking fish and shellfish By Julie Watson
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A basic how-to guide to buying, storing, cleaning and preparation of fish and shellfish common to the Eastern seaboard. People have a great interest in getting back to fresh and local foods but are... More > so used to buy processed food that they feel intimidated. The benefits in both flavour and nutrition of fresh-from-the-sea choices cannot be denied so award-winning food writer, Julie V. Watson, of Prince Edward Island, Canada, created this guide. Tips can be applied to seafood which can be used in recipes of your choice. The author shares the knowledge of generations through a fictional “Auntie Seagull” character ensuring a fun, informative handbook containing pertinent information about haddock, halibut, tuna, trout, salmon, mackerel, and many more fin fish as well as lobster, oysters, mussels, crab and more.< Less
Seafood Basics......buying . storing . cleaning . cooking fish and shellfish By Julie Watson
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A basic how-to guide to buying, storing, cleaning and preparation of fish and shellfish common to the Eastern seaboard. People have a great interest in getting back to fresh and local foods but are... More > so used to buy processed food that they feel intimidated. The benefits in both flavour and nutrition of fresh-from-the-sea choices cannot be denied so award-winning food writer, Julie V. Watson, of Prince Edward Island, Canada, created this guide. Tips can be applied to seafood which can be used in recipes of your choice. The author shares the knowledge of generations through a fictional “Auntie Seagull” character ensuring a fun, informative handbook containing pertinent information about haddock, halibut, tuna, trout, salmon, mackerel, and many more fin fish as well as lobster, oysters, mussels, crab and more.< Less
Fish Recipes: Collection of Fish and Shell-Fish Recipes By $2 Publishing House
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Collection of Delicious Fish and Shell-Fish Recipes Recipes of Salmon, Codfish, Haddock, Halibut, Turbot, Shad, Blue-fish, Black-fish, White-fish, Sea-Bass, Rock-Bass, Sword Fish, Mullet, Mackerel,... More > Eels, Lobsters, Oysters, Crabs, Shrimp, Clams, Scollops and more...< Less
Seafood Basics......Buying . Storing . Cleaning . Cooking Fish and Shellfish By Julie V. Watson
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A basic how-to guide to buying, storing, cleaning and preparation of fish and shellfish common to the Eastern seaboard. An E-Book bonus features recipes from one of the author best selling book.... More > People have a great interest in getting back to fresh and local foods but are so used to buy processed food that they feel intimidated. The benefits in both flavour and nutrition of fresh-from-the-sea choices cannot be denied so award-winning food writer, Julie V. Watson, of Prince Edward Island, Canada, created this guide. Tips can be applied to seafood which can be used in recipes of your choice. The author shares the knowledge of generations through a fictional “Auntie Seagull” character ensuring a fun, informative handbook containing pertinent information about haddock, halibut, trout, salmon, mackerel, and many more fin fish as well as lobster, oysters, mussels, crab and more.< Less
Fish, Shellfish and Seafood Recipes Ready in 30 Minutes, Less Than 300 Calories By Dan N
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The recipes are quick and easy and cover various fish dishes with nutritional guidance about calories, fat and cholesterol. Now, you can pick the perfect recipe for your family. The recipe list was... More > created within the table of contents. Now, few facts about eating fish regularly, from researchers worldwide: o fish is an excellent source of omega 3 fatty acids that improve the health of brain tissue and the retina; o the omega 3 fatty acids in fish may reduce the risk of cancers of the oral cavity, esophagus, colon, breast, ovary and prostate; o eating fish weekly reduces the risk of heart disease and stroke by improving blood vessel elasticity, lowering blood pressure and boosting 'good' cholesterol and also may relieve the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis and autoimmune disease; o elderly people who eat fish or seafood once a week may have a lower risk of developing dementia, including Alzheimer's disease; o fish may help people with diabetes manage their blood sugar levels.< Less