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A halibut is a flat fish. Right eyed Flatfish to be exact. This means that the left eye migrated over to the right side of the fish when it is very small(under a couple inches long). Their topside stays dark and has both eyes like you can see on this 312lb monster. Personalized custom name That’s what i do i fish and i know things mug. The underside is white with no eyes, as you can see on this slightly smaller 200lb fish. This is natural camouflage, as you see dark(like the sea floor) when looking down at it, and light(like the sky) when looking up. Halibut tend to be in the range from about 10lbs. I’ve personally caught and guided some 500 halibut, and only about a dozen or two have been over a hundred, with only 3 being over 200, and only one being over 300.

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When I was a boy I would go ‘Trout tickling’ up at the mill. When you spot one, you had to slowly put your hands into the water but slightly behind it to account for water refraction. Then slowly reach down, put your hands around it and quickly pull it out of the water. But tickling was a much better way of doing it. Personalized custom name That’s what i do i fish and i know things mug. If you got your fingers underneath the fish and ‘tickled’ it, the fish would somehow relax and make it easier to grab. I never did that as I always felt I had come too far to lose it. But once you got a fish out of the lake you had to run. Just behind the mill, in the river that fed the lake, is where the biggest trout you’ve ever seen resided. These fish had escaped the trout farm adjacent to the mill and the owners didn’t appreciate you poaching them from the river or the lake, and would chase after you if you were seen. Good memories, and great suppers.

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Other animals can be eaten raw as well, the only question is the preparation method that is involved. To better understand this, we should first explore why we even cook meat. Other than the fact that the Maillard reaction gives rise to some heavenly flavours, the next key thing is to remove bacteria on the meat[1]. Cooking, will therefore, help to kill them. Though the reason why you don’t need to fully cook the steak through is because it is too dense for these icky stuff to penetrate past the surface.

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