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Can I Reheat Scallops And Calamari
A question 4 a chef: I am sorry but this is not medical question. There are plenty of cook books/magazines, even dr. Google is likely able to help you. Scallop needs to high heat and to quickly get it golden on outside and moist/juice inside (as in picture). Calamary can be fried until crunchy! Have fun.. ...Read more
In allergic bmti shellfish and have not tried any for 20 years or so. Will I still be allergic and can I eat calamari?
Possibly: Allergy to shellfish is usually due to allergy to a common allergen. However, people may react differently to various shellfish. Not all shellfish may cause reactions. After 20 years, an initial contact may be tolerated. While calamari may be better tolerated than shrimp and crab, you should see an allergist before trying any shell fish if you had a bad reaction in the past. ...Read more
Food poisoning: Yes, if it is improperly prepared, contaminated or improperly stored. ...Read more
Is calamari a shellfish? Also if I wanted to eat fried calamari should I worry about the transfer from the oil that it is cooked in?
Calamari = shellfish:
Shellfish refers to mollusks and crustaceans.
Calamari is squid, a member of the mollusk family along with snails, and bivalves (scallops, clams, oysters, mussels).
Allergy to mollusks is generally mediated by the protein tropomyosin which is also found in crustaceans: shrimp, crab, crayfish and lobster.
The oil may be ok, but I would not bet on it. ...Read more
May be: Calamari are one kind of squid, which are distant relatives of molluscs. They contain a protein, tropomyosin, that cross reacts with that of shrimp, crabs etc., sometimes also with that of dust mites and cockroaches. If you are not very allergic to shellfish, you may be able to tolerate calamari. If you are, either avoid them or see an allergist to be tested and find out if you can risk it. ...Read more
Shellfish Allergy: Calamari is not typically thought of as a shellfish but as a mollusc, in the same family as oysters and mussels. People with a shellfish allergy could have a potentially life-threatening reaction to calamari. ...Read more
Is all the hype about calamari oil true, or is it just some marketing thing. I would like to enhance my memory and reduse my knee pains. Thank you?
Hype: Omega 3 fatty acid oils are beneficial...Or eat salmon, mackerel, bluefish, or sardines three times a week. ...Read more
I know I'm allergic to crustaceans, so I've only eaten calamari and fish. Do you think that I could eat clams, oysters, and mussels?
Usually yes: Most people allergic to crustacea should be able to tolerate mollusk (other types of shellfish). There is no cross-sensitivity between these two. ...Read more
Is a scalloped tongue serious? Indentations go away when I move my tongue around, etc, but am worried about this...
What can cause slightly enlarged tongue with scalloping on edges? This is something I noticed about 2 weeks ago.
A few reasons: A few reasons: https://www. Braddurhamdmd. Com/what-does-scalloped-tongue-mean/Get a more detailed answer ›
My tongue has been scalloped it's not going away and it feels as if I cleaned my tongue to much, and the top of my tongue has a very thin white layer.
Very normal for lots of patients. The tongue = very resilient area & the white coating is mostly caused by debris, bacteria & dead cells getting lodged between the enlarged & sometimes inflamed papillae. Now if you are unable to remove the layer I would have it evaluated by a dentist.
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Primary or ENT: I would start with a primary care doctor. Ask if a referral to an ear nose and throat specialist is appropriate. It may be a normal tongue. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Can I marinade steak and shrimp/scallops together if one of the people eating it is allergic to shellfish?
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Side of tongue has cracks and little red dots on it. The other side is fine, it also looks scalloped. 23\f.
Pain?: Any pain? Best to see an oral surgeon to assess. ...Read more
My wife and myself are presenting tongue Scalloping, should I be worried? This is a kind of transmited infection?
Just noticed irregular/scalloped bumps on back of tongue on sides - one side worse than other-they don't hurt or bleed - what could this be? Worried
I've had a mole for about two yrs which is very different to all the others, asymmetrical nearly black and scalloped edges. Is it ok as it hasn't grow?
Have it checked: I highly recommend that you see a dermatologist. Although it hasn't been changing, it does have the markers that we recommend you watch for, which are the potential signs for a malignant melanoma. So, I recommend that you see a dermatologist in the near future (ideally within the next 1-2 weeks) to have it evaluated. ...Read more
Clinical picture &Capsule endoscopy highly suggests coeliac sprue. (Mosaicing, scalloping etc) yet tTg neg., HLA DQ2/DQ8 NEGATIVE. Still CD possible?
What do I have to do to still be able to eat scallops and not get allergic reaction if possible shrimp allergy?
See an allergist: For specific testing to scallops. They are not exactly in the same food family as shrimp. So you may be allergic to shrimp but not scallops. ...Read more
On the side of my tongue, there is some scalloping. There is a very small, flat, barely noticeable spot of discoloration: 3mm at most. Cancer?
Dermatologic conditions are hard to discuss without seeing them. Scalloping with discoloration would indeed be a presentation of precancerous / cancerous changes. These are RARE in young people. ANd, dental problems iwth chronic biting/irritation of the tongue MUCH more common.
cannot say in your particular case, but generally, ...Read more
I got overbite teeth and lower teeth not align. I have now scallop tongue. Is it dangerous or not? Please help
Dangerous, no: But malocclusion (bad bite) can make it harder to clean teeth. That, coupled with tooth malpositioned, can result in gum/bone damage and tooth loss. Why don't you see a tooth/jaw alignment specialist, an Orthodontist, for a complimentary initial examination to see what can be done to straighten your teeth. ...Read more