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 Is there any fish oil in imitation crab meat?

Answer There is probably a minute amount of fish oil in imitation crab meat because it is made out of fish. However, the best type of fish oil is from salmon because of its plentiful omega-3 fatty acids.
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Is Imitation crab actually meat?

How long can you keep imitation crab meat?

A week in the fridge. In freezer? Depends. If you put it in right away it will be fine for a month. Since it's sea food I wouldn't keep it in any longer than that.They also have a sell by date. If ... Read More »
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How is imitation crab meat made?

Imitation crab meat is often used as a cheaper alternative to real crab meat. Most people don't think it tastes anything like the real thing at all but many still enjoy it.Krab MeatImitation crab i... Read More »
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Is imitation crab meat good for you?

Imitation crab meat is made from fish, and is no better or worse for you than any other properly-prepared fish. It's whitefish so its heavy in Omega 3s, which is good for you. So yes. Its good for ... Read More »
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