"Smoked oysters usually are found to be a light brown color. Occasionally, however, they show a green tinge. This is not a sign of spoilage, but a natural happening due to bad weather.
When the rough seas tear and destroy the oyster beds, the oysters sink to the bottom and must feed on the green seaweed. A large amount of the chlorophyll is retained, and the smoking cure will not cover the green.
The color does not affect the delicate flavor. It has, however, caused questions of concern from consumers."
It depends... Green is a sign of mold. so maybe that... if it's just in the middle it could be anything!
Smoked oysters are not good for cats. Oysters contain enzymes that may be harmful to a cats digestive system if ingested.
They sure taste good...so, yeah, they're good for you!!!
The health benefits of canned smoked oysters in cotton seed oil is that it is a good source of protein and contains Omega-3 which is good for the heart. In addition, it is a good source of Branched Chain Amino Acids.
Flax Seed oil has a healthy mixture of different fats, mono and poly unsaturated and the oysters themselves have omega-3. All of these fats are essential to a healthy diet. The oysters are also protein rich and can be considered a good source of whole protein and Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) On a downside the canned smoked oysters are probably heavy on the sodium.
the Iroquois did not have a good relaten ship but still smoked crack together
I have bunches, and I just found out that oysters are actually really good for them.
The Food Network has an amazing smoked pork chop recipe from Emeril Lagasse that involves Kiawe Wood-Smoked Pork Chops with Green Apple Chutney and an Apple-Soy Glaze. It sounds impressive but is fairly simple to make.
Oysters are very good at resisting heat and they can also camouflage with other shells or organisms.
A good smoked turkey recipe can be found on the Allrecipes website. The recipe is called the "Ultimate Smoked Turkey Recipe". It is one of the best recipes to use when making a smoked turkey.
Refrigerate shucked oysters in their liquor (oyster juices). Properly refrigerated oysters will stay alive up to 7 days after being harvested.
some good foods are salmon, dark green veggies, beans, nuts, poultry, eggs, whole grains, oysters, carrots, and low fat dairy products. enjoy healthy hair!! :)
No. Oysters are, though.
A good two weeks if it is good smoked salmon and properly refridgerated
Yes you can still eat them. Even if they are slimy they are still good for you.They might not taste good either. It wouldn't make a difference.
As long as your willing to eat them. This is a tough question to answer. If the oysters were on the verge of spoiling prior to cooking then that changes everything. It also depends on how they were cooked. Fried oysters will be fine refrigerated for a few days where as oyster stew will be good for just about a week. Seriously I wouldn't eat cooked oysters more than 3 or 4 days old.
78F to 82F
At least a year. Probably longer.
In order to smoke oysters you need to season them and put them in a glass or ceramic baking dish on the grill or in a smoker. Use fruit wood like apple, cherry or even the alder wood chips are nice and not to strong. A good 30 to 45 minute smoke at 200 F, higher they will become tough. You need to check on them, and when they are done there is no give. You can pack them in a lot of light olive oil.
Yes you can, just a slightly different taste, but still good.
Meats are kept well by freezing them. Meats can be frozen for years and still be good when defrosted. As long as the meat was NOT spoiled when frozen.
id say potatoes, baby carrots, broccoli, cauliflower. shallots, green beans. But pretty much any vegetable that you like would be good with smoked turkey. I added a recipe you might like. check below.
There are many ways to cook smoked pork chops. smoked pork chops are very good and common cooked with apples. They are also commonly cooked with cabbage
Smoked Oysters are Good for You!Oysters are high in Omega-3 fatty acid and taurin, know to clear the arteries and benefit the central nervous system.Oysters are not only delicious, but they're also one of the most nutritionally well balanced of foods, containing protein, carbohydrates and lipids. Remarkably, oysters contain almost zero fat. The National Heart and Lung Institute suggest oysters as an ideal food for inclusion in low-cholesterol diets.Oysters contain more proteins and carbohydrates than milk. Oysters are an excellent source of vitamins A, B1 (thiamin), (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), C ( ascorbic acid) and D (calciferol). Four or five medium size oysters supply the recommended daily allowance of iron, copper, iodine, magnesium, calcium, zinc, manganese and phosphorus.Zinc is a proven immunity booster and may therefore help prevent colds and flu. Optimal zinc intake also promotes growth, mental alertness and aids in proper brain function. According to the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition most people only get about one half of the recommended daily intake for zinc (15 mg. for adults). And just ONE oyster provides close to your entire daily requirements!Reference:Oysters, the ultimate in Gourmet Food. Retrived September 15, 2009, from: http://www.gourmetdelish.com/smoked-oysters.htm
Bottled green tea is not as good (some elements are lost and preservatives are added, along with sweetners, usually), but is still fairly good for you.