Asked in Kosher Food
Is cod kosher?
Cod was a generic name for various kinds of fish (including hake and the haddock) and can refer to different fish in different parts of the world. In those parts of the world where cod refers to fish with scales, then cod will be Kosher. All Kosher fish need fins and scales. ...
Asked in Mahi Mahi
Does a mahi mahi fish have scales?
That's a good question. Not all fish have scales. Swordfish, catfish, cod, mackerel, whiting, sturgeons, sharks and eels are just a few examples of fish without scales. The mahi-mahi fish does have scales, and is a clean fish, suitable for human consumption, according to the bible. Leviticus 11:9 states: "Of all the creatures living in the water of the seas and the streams, you may eat any that have fins and scales". Mahi-mahi meets the criteria of having both fins and scales. ...
Asked in Definitions
What is the main difference between qualitative and quantitative?
A qualitative observation has to do with things you can't count, "The fish has black scales" is a qualitative observation. A quantitative observation has to do with things you can count, "The fish has 125 scales" is a quantitative observation. You can combine these two, an example would be "The fish has 125 black scales." ...
Asked in Care of Fish, Fish, Saltwater Fish
Which fish have scales?
Ummm... pretty much all fish have scales! Dolphins and whales don't but they're mammals, not fish! While most fish do have scales, there are many that do not. The shorter list would be which fish do not have scales. Some examples of fish without scales are catfish, angler fish, and sharks. In order for a fish to be kosher, it must have fins and scales. If you search for a list of kosher fish, then all the kosher ones will have scales. ...