Seafood is versatile and healthy that it’s an easy favorite for many people. However, there are instances when the way they are presented makes eating seafood a bit intimidating. Seafood in shells, in particular, are a source of trepidation for many, especially when dining out in seafood restaurants.
If you want to make sure you’ll have a great time enjoying the great seafood without embarrassing yourself, here are some dining etiquette tips you can rely on. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2x6PRuz
Sunny days and white sand beaches await those who visit the coast of Alabama, and whether you are relaxing on the beach or enjoying the thriving night life you are going to end up with an appetite for seafood. Everyone who visits knows that the seafood restaurants in Orange Beach are some of the best in the world, and that their oysters are to die for.
It doesn’t matter if you order up an oyster Po boy sandwich, smoked oysters, deep fried oysters, oysters Rockefeller, or an oyster platter full of a variety of ways to serve the tasty mollusk, you are in for a tasty treat. As if their delectable nature isn’t enough, here are three health benefits of oysters to give you even more to feel good about when dining on the coast. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2ruVw70
Many diners prefer ordering seafood dishes over meat and vegetable dishes especially when they’re eating out in places located near bodies of water like the sea or a lake. These restaurants normally have access to various seafood like tuna, crabs, and shrimps, as well as freshwater haul like alligator and crawfish. Shrimps, in particular, may be very small in size compared to other crustaceans that are used in delicious dishes, but they are very succulent. Depending on how seafood restaurants prepare shrimps, they can be very tasty and can be good for your health.
Shrimps, despite their size, are packed with nutrients that the body needs, including vitamins B3, B6, B12, and pantothenic acid. They’re also a good source of vitamins A, D, and E, and are known to be very rich in protein. Because shrimps are very low in calories, one can eat a relatively large amount and not have to worry about using up too much of his daily calories, while getting a lot of vitamins and minerals in his system. The iodine coming from this shellfish is also worth noting, because it helps in the thyroid gland’s proper functioning. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2nyns7W
They say that if it tastes good, it can’t possibly be good for you. Or is it? If you love eating at local Orange Beach seafood restaurants, you’ll be glad to know that tuna, a staple on the menu, is one of the healthiest kinds of fish you can eat. Below are just some of the health perks this wonder fish offers.
Good for the Heart
Contrary to what you might believe, some forms of fat can actually be good for you. Take for example omega-3 fatty acids, which tuna is rich in. A 3-ounce serving of this fish contains about 89 grams of the healthy fat, which lowers triglyceride levels, prevents plaque formation in the blood vessels, and reduce stroke-inducing blood clots. Tasty and heart-healthy? Who wouldn’t want to indulge in that! Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2onKkZo