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How many portions of fish should you eat a week?
Two
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How many portions of oily fish should you eat a week?
One
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How much is one portion of fish?
150g fillet
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Which type of protein does fish contain?
HBV
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What is HBV protein?
Contains all 9 essential amino acids
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What does oily fish contain?
Fat
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What type of fat does oily fish contain?
Omega 3
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What does omega 3 essential fatty acid reduce your risk of?
CHD
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Which two vitamins do fish contain?
Vitamins A and D
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Which mineral does fish contain?
Iodine
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Which mineral does canned fish alone contain?
Calcium
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Where is the fat stored in white fish?
In the liver
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Give two examples of white fish
Cod and haddock
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Where is the fat stored in oily fish?
In the muscle
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Give two examples of oily fish
Salmon and tuna
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Give four examples of shellfish
Lobster, ****, shrimp and mussel
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Over the next seven cards, name seven ways that fish can be cooked
Grill/ BBQ
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Second way that fish can be cooked
Roast/ bake
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Third way that fish can be cooked
Shallow fry
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Fourth way that fish can be cooked
Poach
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Fifth way that fish can be cooked
In paper
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Sixth way that fish can be cooked
As sushi
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Final way that fish can be cooked
Cover in salt and roast
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What is a well-known label on fish products?
The Marine Stewards Council
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What does the Marine Stewards Council label mean?
That the fish have been caught or farmed in a sustainable way
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How many portions of oily fish should you eat a week?

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One

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How much is one portion of fish?

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Which type of protein does fish contain?

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What is HBV protein?

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