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Old 07-12-2008, 10:52 PM   #21
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Humm ... eating both ..... at the same time ....

A filling of cornbread dressing with Cajun seasoning and shrimp/crawfish tails/ oysters (or a mixture of 2 or more) - rolled up in a tilapia fillet (as a roulade) and wrapped in bacon - then baked until done ....

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Old 07-13-2008, 04:43 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by dyscjocki View Post
The problem is not China's tilapia but everywhere that is it produced seems to be a by-product fish from raising other fish. They use the tilapia to eat the seperated waste from other farm raised fish. They are bottom feeders like catfish.
China's problem is different. Their environmental policies are extremely weak, so the waters in which they raise fish are polluted. From the New York Times: In China, Farming Fish in Toxic Waters

Farmers have coped with the toxic waters by mixing illegal veterinary drugs and pesticides into fish feed, which helps keep their stocks alive yet leaves poisonous and carcinogenic residues in seafood, posing health threats to consumers.

Environmental degradation, in other words, has become a food safety problem, and scientists say the long-term risks of consuming contaminated seafood could lead to higher rates of cancer and liver disease and other afflictions.

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Old 07-15-2008, 06:14 AM   #23
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All of this really made me crave for bacon.

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