SCALLOPS
  placopecten magellanicus, zygochlamys patagonica
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  This commercial name gathers a great number of species of origin, and very diverse sizes. The Latin name is obligatorily mentioned on labelling. All the scallops (Pecten maximus or Pecten jacobeus) are bivalvular molluscs of the family of pectinidés. Practically fished in all the seas of the sphere, they result also from the aquiculture in particular in China, Japan or Chile. Sold frozen, with or without roe, the scallops are gauged with the number of parts to the book or the kilogramme. Their white flesh is thin and tasty and lends itself to many culinary preparations. Placopecten magellanicus Called Sea Scallop in the United States, these pectinidés is fished on the East coast of North America. Coming from Canada, they can be marketed with or without roe. The scallops are gauged in U/10, 10/20, 20/30 mainly, with also of the quantities more limited into 30/40 and 40/60. Zygochlamys patagonica Originating in water Argentinas or Uruguyan, the scallops are generally small with gauges between 80 and 200 parts with the book. Nutritional values For 100 G: 87 Kcal Proteins: 16,2 G Lipids 0,8 G, cholesterol 36 Mg Sodium 87 Mg Potassium 412 Mg
  Card-index presentation : Zygochlamys patagonica
Card-index presentation : Chlamys nobilis
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