What does a seafood allergy look like?

Chef's answer
Symptoms of fish or shellfish allergies vary and range from mild reactions to a severe allergic reaction (anaphylaxis). The most common symptom is raised red bumps of skin (hives). Other symptoms include wheezing and trouble breathing, cramps, diarrhoea, nausea or vomiting.
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You can safely reheat seafood for up to 4 days after it has been cooked. ... As long as you know a few tricks, you'll never have to worry about preparing seafood leftovers. Avoid Using the Microwave if You Can. Microwaves blast food with high temperatures that can overcook the outside and leave the middle cold..
Marine animals in the shellfish category include crustaceans and mollusks, such as shrimp, crab, lobster, squid, oysters, scallops and others.
They should have bright, clear, full eyes that are often protruding. As the fish loses freshness, the eyes become cloudy, pink, and sunken. The gills should be bright red or pink. Avoid fish with dull-colored gills that are gray, brown, or green..
SoupsABa clear, seasoned stock or broth containing one or more vegetables.vegetable soupa type of rich cream soup made from shellfish.bisquea soup that is naturally thickened by pureeing one or more of its ingredients.puree soupHearty American soups containing shellfish, potatoes, and milk are often calledchowders11 more rows.
The flesh of shrimp, lobster and crab becomes pearly-opaque. With scallops, the flesh turns milky white or opaque and firm. When cooking clams, mussels, and oysters, watch for the point at which their shells open, which means they're done. If their shells don't open, throw them out..
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