Resultados do programa experimental de fumagen de pescado
|The fish smoking is a traditional process in most african countries and has been gradually improved to the light of changes in forms, techniques and materials. In Mozambique, in particular, this method is not as developed as expected, because it has more advantages in wetlands during rainy seasons, where there is no shortage of salt and in order to give a special taste to the dry fish. In many parts of the country, mainly in coastal areas, the smoking process is made manually by families: a small fire with any type of wood, close to a small amount of fish on a stick, tilted on fire in order to take smoke and heat for several hours. This process is used in the south (Inhaca Island), in central and northern regions (Beira, Nampula) and was also seen in Niassa Lake. This paper presents a program aimed at the application of existing knowledge about fish smoking process and at technology improvement.
|processing fishery products
|Resultados do programa experimental de fumagen de pescado
|Boletim de Divulgação, Instituto de Investigação Pesqueira, Mozambique
|Instituto de Investigação Pesqueira, Mozambique