Cod Fish

Cod is a cold water, deep sea fish. It is commonly used as a food source, and has a mild, white, flaky meat.

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Is cod fish kosher?

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only on jewish holidays..see them wearing the skull cap,,,
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What does cod fish look like?

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like a fish obversly
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How do you split codfish for drying?

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take a knife and cut it in half but not fully down
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Is an arctic cod an herbivore?

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No. They eat smaller fish, which entitle them to be carnivores.
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What does a cod fish look like?

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cod fish look like
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Is a sardine fish bigger than a cod fish?

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No, sardines are very small. They can fit in your hand. A cod can weigh around thirty pounds.
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What does a cod fish eat?

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Codfish eat herring and lobster polar cod feed on plankton and krill.
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Why does cod fish when cooking smells of ammonia?

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Cod fish or any type of fish will have ammonia like smell when it is no longer fresh. This smell will begin to appear as you are cooking it. It may also have a taste that is similar to ammonia, too.
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What country does cod fish come from?

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Cod are commecially fished for wherever they exist, and do not come from any 'country' as such. They are a cold-water species, typically fished for in the North Sea (off the eastern coast of the UK), and northwards towards the Arctic Circle, and the (northern) Atlantic. Any of the countries bordering these waters will have commercial fishing fleets that fish for cod (and haddock, etc), and these are often joined by massive 'factory' type trawlers / fishing vessels from other more distant countries, for example Spain.
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What is the average length of a cod fish?

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The Atlantic cod, which can change color at certain water depths, has two distinct color phases: gray-green and reddish brown. Its average mass is 5-12 kilograms (11-26 lb), but specimens weighing up to 100 kilograms (220 lb) have been recorded. Cod feed on http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Mollusk, http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Crab, http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Sea_star, http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Worm, http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Squid, and small fish. Some migrate to warm water in winter to spawn. A large female lays up to five million eggs in midocean, a very small number of which survive. Pacific or saltwater cod are also found around the coast of British Columbia, Canada and the Northwestern US coastal areas. These fish are three times the size of their eastern counterparts. HOPE THIS HELPS!! :)
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Does ling cod fish have scales?

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No. They have skin.
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Do cod fish have tail fins?

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There are several species of fish that are commonly called "cod". They all have a caudal (tail) fin.
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What is the scientific name of cod fish?

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The scientific name of cod is Gadus. Depending on what region it's from, the name will vary as following: Gadus macrocephalus (Atlantic Cod) Gadus morhua (Pacific Cod) Gadus ogac (Greenland Cod)
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Do cod fish live in salt or freshwater?

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They live in the sea and the sea is SALTY.
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Can a cod fish eat a frog?

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yes but a better answer is why would it eat it they live in deep water how would a frog get there
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What is the life span of a cod fish?

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A cod fish can live for up to 15 years
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Is every fish a cod fish?

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No, it is not, a cod fish is a type of fish.
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Is cod fish has scales?

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There are several/many species of fish that are called "Cod". They all have scales as far as I know.
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What colour is the cod fish?

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Generally, a metallic green/brown on top, and white on the belly.
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What grocery stores carry Gorton's cod fish cakes in a can?

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GortonÃ?s no longer sells codfish cakes in a can. There are many recipes that have been made that try to mimic this product that was first released in the 1920s.