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 Are fish seafood?

Answer According to Merriam-Webster, seafood is defined as edible marine fish or shellfish. Fish is high in protein but low in fat and is ideal for a balanced diet. Only fresh or properly preserved fish s... Read More »
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Are you still a 'vegetarian' if you eat fish and other seafood but no meat at all?

This question is asked every day, and you will notice you've received various responses, from "Vegetarians do not eat fish" to "My best friend's uncle is a vegetarian and he eats fish" to (my favor... Read More »
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Need clarification. Why do some people consider seafood (like fish) not meat?

LIke a lot of things, it had its basis in religion. In Judaism and Catholicism (which grew out of Judaism) there seems to be a distinction made between the flesh of land animals (mammals, mostly) a... Read More »
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When can baby fish be welcomed into a tank with adult fish?

Keep the baby fish in the clear bags they came in when purchased, or mesh bags. Place the bag into the tank for one hour. Make sure the tank has plenty of hiding spots, such as plants and rocks, fo... Read More »
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What Kinds of Fish Were Kept in Ancient Roman Fish Ponds?

In ancient times, wealthy Romans enjoy pisciculture, their term for raising fish. The fish ponds they kept were called piscinae, and were incredibly expensive to maintain. Marcus Terentius Varro, a... Read More »
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