LABA SMOKED FISH
Laba smoked fish is produced from live catfish and other fishes. During processing, the live fishes are killed and completely degutted (that is, all intestines and unwanted parts of the fish are removed), garnished with ginger, pepper and salt and hot-smoked. The smoking process removes most disease-causing microorganisms from the fish, and gives the fish a pleasant and distinct taste. The fatty content in the fish is also greatly reduced during the hot-smoking process.
Laba smoked fish are packed as whole fish, sliced or in chunk.
Below are some of the benefits of eating Laba smoked fish.
- Smoking fish has become increasingly popular around the world because it can increase shelf life without negatively influencing nutritional content.
- Fish is a healthy, protein-rich food packed with vitamins, minerals and healthy fats.
The omega-3 fatty acids in these fish are good for your brain, heart and immune system. These healthy fats have the added benefit of absorbing the flavor of smoke very well, resulting in a tastier food compared to leaner fish