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This image shows a bed of ice, atop which rested a grouping of farm-raised, whole catfish. These fish would either be purchased whole, and taken home to be cleaned by the consumer, or cleaned at this market, whereupon, they would be cut into steaks, or fillets, and later cooked. Nutritionally, catfish make for a terrific source of protein, as well as thiamine (B1), potassium (K), selenium (Se), vitamin D, vitamin B12, and phosphorus (P). The problem is that it contains a high level of cholesterol, as well.
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Content Providers(s):CDC/ Eric Grafman
Creation Date:2013
Photo Credit:Eric Grafman
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