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Carassius is a genus of freshwater fish. Carassius belong to the carp family. They are found in water bodies of stagnant water. A couple examples of Carassius include the goldfish and Prussian carp.
Soju is made from rice but some current manufacturers add sweet potatoes or grain (wheat, barley) to the recipe. Soju is transparent and colorless.
Hake is an elongated and thin fish, spindly shaped, with spiny dorsal fins, eyes that pop out and a highly protruding lower jaw. Hake is a highly preferred fish due to its delicious white meat that's low in fat.
Sauerkraut is a food product obtained by the fermentation of raw cabbage in a specially prepared brine under the influence of lactic acid bacteria. Consumption of sauerkraut helps restore the balance of gut flora.
Bighead carp (Hypophthalmichthys) are a genus of fish, popular in the culinary world. Bighead carp consumes zoo- and phytoplankton. But as it ages, the amount of zooplankton in its diet grows.
Rambutan is a decorative exotic fruit that is exceptionally popular in the southeast parts of Asia. Rambutan has a hard red-orange skin, under which lies the white and juicy core.
Epsom salt is a prized product that has a number of miraculous health benefits. In essence, Epsom salt is crystallized magnesium sulfate. Epsom salt aids against cramps, bruises and swelling because it betters circulation.
Turbot (Psetta maxima) is a flatfish, whose eyes are found on the left side. Turbot has a very specific shape - flat and asymmetrical, in the shape of a rhombus. Turbot is a carnivorous fish.
Langouste or spiny lobster, is a 10-legged lobster with a long tail. There are over 100 species of langouste, and it thrives primarily in warm oceans, usually hiding among cracks in rocks and coral structures at depths of over 656 ft (200 m).
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