How to breed ocean quahogs

View of exotic foods from the animal kingdom

Exotic foods pp 145-162 | Cite as

Summary

Like the plant kingdom, the animal kingdom also provides exotic foods. We should be thinking less about mammals and birds, but mainly about marine life. The latter is the main focus these days and it will probably stay that way.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1. Institute for Food Chemistry, University of Hanover, Hanover 91, Germany