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A Common Cause Of Allergy That Goes Unnoticed

...le the most allergy-causing shellfish were shrimp, crab and lobster. Reactions usually appear within two hours after ingestion, inhaling cooking vapors, or handling seafood. However, some reports show reactions can be delayed as long as 24 hours. Thus researchers caution : “Before you take that first bi...

Antibiotic from crab blood indentified

...y have identified the protein in the blue blood of crab that can fight bacteria. Infact they have cloned this protein that can kill the bacteria. They have found that this protein comes in contact with the outer membrane of the bacteria and create a very strong binding relationship in doing so they m...

Increased Fish market enables hike in fish pricing

...ist Paresh Maity whose likings are rohu, pabda and crab is the regular customer of Debabrata and he argues that on removal off fish bones its flavor and integrity loses. New Delhi's Taj Palace, food and beverage director Thomas Abraham said that few years back all categories of fish was not available, b...

Punjabis Transfer Taste From Chicken To Prawns

...ides these fish, we have a variety of seafood like crab which serves as a good variety for people. They are thrilled to order for crabs and lobsters and do take a risk in ordering for these seafood," says Rajiv Kakkar, General Manager of the hotel hosting the festival. Kakkar has invited a master chef f...

Flesh-eating Bugs Surface in Singapore

...of the death of an elderly man who was bitten by a crab when he was cleaning it before cooking. The 83-year-old Tan Boon Hock fell ill in Singapore 12 hours after he was infected with Vibrio, a type of waterborne flesh-eating bacteria. He died two days later. The head of the department of the Infectio...

Sea Massage for French Wines

...e weekend tasting, Heude watched with anxiety as a crab boat named "Shangaie" winched up two enormous open-weave wooden cases, badly sea-weathered and covered in abalone, seaweed and limpets -- a highly delicate operation carried out by professional abalone fishermen in diving suits.The 600 sea-buried bot...

Flower-power on a Plate in Paris

... gras, saffron and nasturtiums, or an "avocado and crab fantasy" spiced up with borage flowers and hot shellfish oil. "We've tried to create proper dishes, not simply place a bunch of daisies in the middle of the plate", said Rouquette, adding that he had analysed each flower and selected it before crea...

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