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Fish smoking practices in thirteen African, Asian and European countries

I decided to bring in posts on fish smoking in 13 countries in Africa, Asia and Europe. If you visit, you notice that smoking practices may vary. You will also notice the smoking protocols are either general or designed for specific species such as African catfish, rainbow trout or eels. The links below refers to …

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Smoked eels in the Netherlands

Credit: Magd Al-Bawaab (Egypt) Review: Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)   Hot smoked eels in Holland are popular and are eaten as a delicacy and so eel smoking is a big business whether in processing or trade. The photos here are taken in a smoking operation in Holland. Eels of about 350 …

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Le fumage du poisson au Cameroun – in French

Credit: Innocent Zambou (Cameroun) Il s’agit d’un four amélioré de genre Altona muni d’un toit et d’une porte métallique. Il dispose de beaucoup de claies superposées qui permettent de fumer une grande quantité de poissons a la fois. La condensation de la chaleur dans ce four est très élevée parce que la porte métallique  en …

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Improved fish smoking in Cameroon

Credit: Innocent Zambou (Cameroon) The photos show an improved method in fish smoking in Cameroon. The improvement is mainly related to the oven which is furnished by a roof and a metal door. The smoker is equipped with overlapping screens that allow smoking a large amount of fish at a time. The metal door of the …

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Role of fishermen and fisherwomen in fish catch and selling at the Ambowé landing site, Libreville, (Gabon)

Credit: Chantal Sengue Ngoulou and Jean Michel Megne Me Zeng (Gabon) The photo shows some fishing activities which are carried out at the Ambowé landing site, Libreville (Gabon). The photo shows women who are selling fish as the case in other landing sites in Gabon. Men fishermen and women are working together in harmony; men …

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Fishery activities carried out at Ambowé landing site, Libreville (Gabon). In French

Credit: Chantal Sengue Ngoulou and Jean Michel Megne Me Zeng (Gabon) Ici nous sommes au débarcadère d’Ambowé, premier arrondissement de la commune de Libreville. Ce sont les femmes qui vendent le poisson que les gens achètent et font écailler sur place. C’est aussi elles qui vendent le poisson dans la plus part des débarcadères du …

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Trade of smoked fish in Cameroon

Credit: Innocent Zambou (Cameroon) One of the photos shows a whole sale smoked fish market in Youpwe, a fishing area in Douala, Cameroon. The two other photos show a smoked fish market in Bamenda main market, Cameroon.  Actually, the fish is not produced here. Fish sold in this market come from Youpwe and other places. About …

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Display of smoked stingray in an Indonesian fish market

Photo credit: Anna Jamil (Indonesia) Description: Abdel Rahman El Gamal The photo which was taken in a traditional fish market located in Pamulang, Banten Province. The photo shows the display of smoked stingray. Stingray fish is one of the most acceptable and popular fish species to be smoked in Indonesia especially processed traditionally method. There …

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Fish smoking practices in Burundi

Credit: Alain Murekambanze (Burundi) Smoking is a method of preserving a food by smoke exposure. Traditionally, ovens consist of a pit about 30 cm deep, built by craftsmen processing before the smoking process. These traditional smokehouses, permanent or temporary, are often situated within a plot of artisans to enable them, usually women, to conduct jointly …

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Fish smoking in Tanji landing site (Gambia)

Credit: Peter K Mendy (Gambia) The photos show the smoking of fish in Tanji landing site. The species which are often smoked include bonga (Ethmolosa fimbriata) 40%, Catfish( Arius Spp) and Baracuda (Spyraena Spp), Shark, polydactylus quadrilis, and sardinella spp. The smoked fish are highly accepted –especially smoked bonga- and widely consumed in the country …

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