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FUN FISH FACTS
WHY TILAPIA? READ THE
HEALTH INFORMATION ON TILAPIA FISH.
FISH HEALTH - NUTRITIONAL DETAILS:
TILAPIA is CONSIDERED BRAIN FOOD, HIGH IN PROTEIN, WITH LITTLE
FAT, BONUS OF VALUABLE OMEGA-3 & 6 FATTY ACIDS. Aquaponic farm
raised Tilapia are awesome for every age, especially elderly, growing
kids & pregnant women. B12 is an important vitamin for cognitive
functioning & helps red blood cells form properly. A typical serving
of Tilapia (4 ozs) has 2.4 g of B12 this is the amount a body needs to
function properly. Tilapia is awesome for bones with what some call
the “Dynamic Duo” which is CALCIUM & PHOSPHORUS. CALCIUM helps
your bones stay healthy & strong while PHOSPHORUS helps both bones
& nails from becoming brittle.
NUTRITION DATA: (Nutritional values depending on size, serving
& way prepared varies.) TILAPIA FISH NUTRIONAL DATA IS BASED
ON A 4oz (113g) SERVING SIZE. CALORIES = 100,
CALORIES FROM FAT = 15, TOTAL FAT = 1.5g,
SATURATED FAT = 0.5g, TRANS-FAT
=0g, TOTAL CARBOHYDRATES: 0g, PROTEIN: 21 g, SUGARS: 0g, DIETARY
FIBER: Og, CHOLESTEROL: 50mg, SODIUM: 45mg
Available for Live Tilapia fish, Clean Whole Fresh Tilapia Fish On Ice
or Delivered Fresh for contract customers. When shipping live Tilapia
fish several things need to be taken into consideration. Two of
those are seasonal tempertures & expense if shipping over nite. Seasonal
Temperatures because of the need to keep Tilapia fish at a proper temperature,
proper ammonia levels & proper oxygen levels while in shipping. The
size of the Tilapia fish & Quantity need to be taken into the equation.
Order well ahead of time. Time is needed to figure best materials,
do the calculations & prepare shippment, working out any thing that
might come up. Tilapia fish are removed from feeding to purge before
shipping live & recomended 4-5 days before harvesting.
BREED TYPES: Tilapia
is a large genus in the cichlid family (cichildae). There are
several breeds of Tilapia fish listed below are a few of the more popular
Nile Tilapia fish: (a white & blue to blackish striped
fish) scientific name of “Oreochromis Niloticus
White Nile Tilapia
fish (sometimes iridescent or pearl white)
Red Tilapia fish (reddish
to pink sometimes with dark spots or marks) a manmade hybrid mating
a version of Mozambique Tilapia scientific name of Oreochromis Mossambicus
with Nile Tilapia or Blue Tilapia.
Tilapia fish look similar to Nile Tilapia fish but blue in
appearance instead of black with the scientific name Oreochromis aureus
& are more cold water tolerant.
fish has a scientific name of Oreochromis Urolepis Hornorum
& is better in brackish water environments & salt tolerant.
RECOMMENDED COOKING METHODS:
Whatever your imagination can dream up.
There are numerous ways to cook Tilapia with awesome tasting results
regardless of method. Suggested Cooking Methods:
BROIL, FRY, SAUTEE, BAKE, STEAM, BLACKEN, MICROWAVED, FLAKED
INTO FISH TACOS OR USING IN A SOUP.
Tilapia originally came from Africa & considered
the fish of Israel from Bible times & also known as St. Peter’s
Fish. Tilapia has been an important source of protein in Africa &
the Levant for thousands of years. Ancient Egyptians cultivated
tilapia in ponds along the Nile. Tilapia has its very own hieroglyph.
Tilapia considered sustainable due to its herbivore eating habits, feeding
mainly on plankton, filamentous algae, aquatic macrophytes & other
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Tilapia are a warm water fish preferring temperature
between 75 & 90 degrees, some breed types can handle a little lower
but breeding is significantly reduced if any. In 75 degree plus
Tilapia breed prolifically every 34 days after recuperation. They
can have as many as 10 cycles per year producing litter sizes anywhere
from a few hundred up to 3 thousand. Tilapia need a PH level from
6-8 & can live up to 9 years old & weigh up to the current record
of 9 Lbs. depending on environment. The average current market fillet
size is 4 ounces.
A unique trait of Tilapia is they are mouth
breeders. The female lays eggs, the male fertilizes them, then
the female picks them back up tumbling them in her mouth conditioning
the eggs till they hatch.
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PHONE: (620) 218-2535