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4-5 days... in a cold fridge
13 hours is aproxeminent.
Fresh raw mahi mahi is sometimes used in sushi rolls, so it is definitely possible to eat it when cooked rare. However, you want to be very sure of your source since such light cooking may not kill all the parasites that could be present. A safer approach is to cook mahi mahi to a medium rare/medium state.
No. Mahi mahi is not endangered.
Mahi-mahi was created in 1758.
In my opinion, Mahi Mahi is better.
Mahi mahi is sometimes called dolphin fish, or in Spanish dorado. However, the mahi mahi is a fish, not a dolphin - don't worry, you're not eating Flipper. The word "mahi mahi" is Hawaiian.
In the Hawaiian language Mahi Mahi means 'very strong'. The Mahi Mahi fish is respected in the ancient Hawaiian culture.
Mahi-mahi is not tuna, but instead is another name for the dolphin fish. Mahi-mahi is not tuna, but instead is another name for the dolphin fish.
Mahi Mahi is a fish, but it is also called a dolphin fish. However IT IS NOT DOLPHIN.
mahi mahi is not tuna, it's another name for dolphinfish
Yes. The dolphinfish, dorado, or mahi mahi feeds primarily on smal fish and squid.
Mahi mahi, a popular fish, are found around the world in tropical and subtropical ocean waters. Another name for the mahi mahi is the dolphin fish.
Mahi mahi, or also called dorado, or dolphinfish, is preyed on by many larger fish. Included are: King Mackerel, wahoo, sharks.
Yes they are.
Yes, it is.
If you mean the fish Mahi Mahi, it's pronounced "MAH-hee".
If you planning to bake Mahi Mahi, the recommended time for baking it is 10 minutes per inch. A medium sized mahi mahi can be cooked in the oven which is preheated to 350-450 degrees Fahrenheit for 12-15 minutes. It is important to lessen the cooking time if the oven temperature is increased. Make sure to keep checking the fish every 5 minutes in order to see if the flakes could be removed easily.
They live in the water
it is very big!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:)