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DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MONOGASTRIC AND RUMINANT ANIMAL DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

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METHODS OF FISH PRESERVATION


Processing and Preservation of Fishes

The following are ways of processing and preserving fishes:
(a)

Smoking:

Fishes are smoked by putting them over a fire and covering them on top.
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(b)

Drying:


This can be done by using fire or sun. Drying helps to reduce the water content in the fish and it can preserve the fish for a very long time.

(c)

Canning:


Fishes are processed and canned for export. This method .provides a long lasting means of fish preservation.
Examples of canned fishes are sardine, Geisha, Queen of the Coast.

(d)

Salting:

Fish can be preserved by.rubbing salt on the body. It keeps the fish for a short time unless it is followed in drying.









(e)

Chilling or freezing:


Fish can be preserved in fridges, deep freezers and cold rooms.
This method helps to keep fishes for a long time provided there is constant power supply.

(f)

Icing:


This is done by putting blocks of ice round fishes usually in cooters. The fishes can be transported with this method and can last so long as the ice remains.

other methods include steaming, cooking, frying and roasting.



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