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Krill Oil | Ultimate Source of Omega-3 - In Japan, this is real food. Actually, let's take that a giant step further. It's considered a luscious delicacy known as okiami. Okiami has been harvested by the Japanese as a food source since the 19th century – and possibly even earlier. It is processed by freezing, to go to Japanese, Korean, and Taiwanese markets. The only edible part is its tail – known for its rich omega-3 fatty acids. It is used for soups, seafood salads, and restaurant entrees – and also as a seasoning (when used dried). In Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Germany and South Korea there's been high interest in krill as a coagulated paste and as mince (a precooked dense pink paste). But specialists from many countries declare that the real delicacy is the intact shell-free tail meat – which as you might guess, is also the most difficult to obtain. I consider it so amazing that I simply refuse to go without it. Two Simple Ways to Improve Your Health* Increasing your intake of antioxidants ... But there are drawbacks. Why?

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How to Memorize a Speech in One Night Edit Article Edited by Viral, Maluniu, Socha.michael.123, Lillian May and 73 others We've all been there — your teacher assigned you a project last week and it's due tomorrow. Ad Steps 1Type up what you need to memorize, be it a speech, presentation, or the like. 9Relax and give your presentation naturally! Tips Read it over a lot of times, part by part.