The most expensive fish to eat was a 222-kilogram bluefin tuna. It was sold at Tokyo's Tsukiji market for ?155.4 million ($1.8 million) at Japan's annual New Year auction in January 2013. This was equivalent to $8,000 per kilogram.Know More
Another bluefin tuna held the record the previous year. It was purchased by Kiyoshi Kimura, who owns a sushi restaurant in Japan. The fish was worth ?472,125 ($736,000).
Japanese people consume up to 80 percent of the world's declining tuna stock. Environmentalists are alarmed that these increasing prices are one of the indications of further depletion of bluefin tuna and other fish.Learn More
Edible freshwater fish include catfish, whitefish, bass and crappies. Other fish that can be found in fresh water are trout and salmon, but these fish also return to the sea. They return to fresh water to breed.Full Answer >
Basa fish is slightly sweet and mild in flavor. When cooked, it is moist and white in color with a delicate texture. Basa fillets contain no bones and make a pleasant light meal.Full Answer >
The best method to safely reheat leftover fish is in the oven. Most types of fish reheat in 10 to 12 minutes in an oven set to 450 degrees Fahrenheit.Full Answer >
Fish oil contains omega-3 fatty acids, which can reduce the risk of coronary heart disease and lower cholesterol, according to the Mayo Clinic. The two types of omega-3 fatty acids contained in fish oil are called DHA and EHA.Full Answer >