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My father used to eat sardines, bones and all and packed in oil, out of a can, which appalled me as a little girl. When I was older, I saw perfectly civilized people eating whitebait, or English sardines, in pubs near the water, and consuming enticing...
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South Florida Sun-SentinelMany pregnant women know that maintaining a moderate exercise routine and a nutritionally sound diet provide both short- and long-term benefits to the mother and baby. But routines and regimens that may be helpful during one stage of gestation may be...
A day after waking up to find a silvery carpet of dead fish on the surface of King Harbor, Redondo Beach set about the enormous task of ridding the marina of an estimated 1 million sardine carcasses before they started to decay. City officials said...
KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Biologists say the millions of dead fish that washed up in King Harbor in Redondo Beach tested positive for a dangerous neurotoxin. The California Department of Fish and Game had originally blamed the die-off on oxygen deprivation,...
LOS ANGELES -- A southern California fish kill that authorities identified as more than a million sardines is not the result of any environmental foul play but rather is the product of natural forces, officials said Tuesday. Floating fish were so...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterDawn is coming soon. The lights are off, the sound system silent and the beasts of the Monterey Bay Aquarium have the place mostly to themselves: the otters, the anemones, the octopuses, the great white shark in the big tank, the lame young albatross in...
Tags: Seafood, Music, Entertainment, Shrimp, Anchovies
Los Angeles TimesSummer always comes late to Southern California, but that seemed to be particularly true this year, as the cloudy gray days of June gloom stretched well into August for many areas. There was a good side, to be sure, but what we gained by not having to...
Tags: Salads, Anchovies, Salt, Risotto, Foods and Beverages
Dining@LargeKrill, crustaceans that look like teeny tiny shrimp, have been showing up in lately in certain brands of Kosher sardines. That's not so good, and it's why the Orthodox Union today issued this advisory.......
L.A. NOWThe effort to rid King Harbor of millions of dead fish before they start to decay had the look of a lab experiment Wednesday. Boats trawled slowly through the Redondo Beach marina, dragging nets behind them to capture fish from......
L.A. NOWCity of Redondo Beach employees participated on day three of sardine cleanup Thursday, scooping up the silver-scaled remains into nets and transporting them in wheelbarrows to plastic-lined Dumpsters. Meanwhile, work boats from two private companies...
L.A. NOWDead sardines in King Harbor have tested positive for domoic acid, a powerful neurotoxin that scientists believe may have poisoned the fish offshore and distressed them as they swam into the Redondo Beach marina, where they suffocated and died en......
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