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Fish drying and marketing in Cox Bazar (Bangladesh)

Photo credit: ICSF (Samudra – Volume 48) Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)     The inserted photo has been captioned “Tuna being dried in Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh”. Dried fish is the low-cost dietary protein source in Bangladesh as it provides livelihoods and incomes for large number of people. Moreover, dried fish …

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On-board fish drying in India

Photo credit: ICSF Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)       The inserted picture shows the fish drying on a fishing vessel in India. Drying fish onboard is becoming popular in India and could be also practiced elsewhere. The dried fish produced in this way is much cleaner and devoid of …

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Sun-drying squids in the Philippines

Photo credit: World Fish Center Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)     Squid is characterized by its high protein, low fat content with a moisture content of about 80%. If not timely consumed and unless proper treatment is applied, squid may undergo rapid spoilage. Salting, smoking, and drying are the frequently …

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Trade and consumption of dried fish in Myanmar

Photos’ credit: Yin Win Myat (Myanmar) Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)         The inserted photos were taken in a dried fish market in Yangon, Myanmar. Preserved fish including dried fish in Myanmar plays an important role in the local diet. Even people whose cultural tendency is towards vegetarianism, …

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Processing and trade of sun-dried sardines in Tanzania

Photo credit: Lucka Paschal and Erick Kiiza (Tanzania) Description: Lucka Paschal and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)             Lake Malawi, is a shared lake between Malawi, Tanzania (known as Lake Nyasa” and Mozambique (known as Lago Niassa). Lake Nyasa fishery is a major source of animal protein for …

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Consumption of dried fish “Kajake” in Sudan

Credit: Mai Tawfig Ahmed and Gamal Ibrahim Hamid (Sudan) Supplemented by: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)       In Sudan, about 70% of fin fish is consumed fresh while 25% is consumed sun-dried leaving about 5% of total fish consumed wet salted. The inserted picture shows dried catfish which is mostly …

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Processing, trade and consumption of dried fish in in Bangladesh

Credit for the photo and original description:Abu Sayed Talukder & Zahangir Alam (Bangladesh) More information is provided by: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)         This photo has been taken at a dried fish market at a coastal area in Bangladesh. Most of dried fish displayed in the market are …

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Dried “dagaa” in Musoma Market (Tanzania)

Photo credit: KIVA-API (build.kiva.org) Review: KIVA – API and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website) Musoma is a small town located in the northeastern corner of Tanzania, right on the shores of Lake Victoria. The local market shown in the picture is close to the lake shore, where one can see a pile …

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Trade and consumption of dried/salted fish in Peru – In Spanish

Credit:Juan Martin Canturin Garcia (Peru)       La foto insertada muestra seca / anchoa salada que se ha mostrado en el mercado de destino a los consumidores de bajos ingresos. El pescado seco y salado se considera una fuente de proteína alternativa para las personas en las zonas de tierras altas. El consumo de …

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Display and consumption of dried/salted fish in Peru

Credit:Juan Martin Canturin Garcia (Peru)     The inset photo dried / salted anchovy shown in the target market to low-income consumers. Dry and salted fish is considered an alternative source of protein for people in highland areas. Dried fish consumption is not as high because the Andean people are not accustomed to eat the …

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