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Old 06-19-2008, 10:50 PM   #21
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Old 06-19-2008, 10:57 PM   #22
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A couple of times a week. We fished often growing up as well; Walleye, Trout, Pan Fish, all good. I need to get out fishing this year if I can, I miss it.
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Old 06-19-2008, 11:01 PM   #23
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Me to, I love it, occasionally I'm a good boy and have it grilled but mostly deep fried in batter. Had my cholesterol checked last week because I was eating so much of it, it was high @6.1 but all "good" cholesterol according to my doctor, must be the oil I use, we were both surprised.
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Old 06-19-2008, 11:06 PM   #24
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Me to, I love it, occasionally I'm a good boy and have it grilled but mostly deep fried in batter. Had my cholesterol checked last week because I was eating so much of it, it was high @6.1 but all "good" cholesterol according to my doctor, must be the oil I use, we were both surprised.
Glad to hear your cholesterol levels are ok. Unfortunately, I don't use flour anymore, since I suspect that I have gluten intolerance, but I have found out that there are grains that do not contain gluten, such as teff.
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Old 06-19-2008, 11:12 PM   #25
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Eck... never !!!!!!!
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Old 06-20-2008, 12:32 AM   #26
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Growing up poor it was fish quite often, back then it was poor folks food including carp ( which is very good baked) but now living on SS it is a rare treat to have any kind of sea food, I must git out my fishing pole and go.
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Old 06-20-2008, 08:50 AM   #27
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I buy fish when it is on sale so I guess we don't eat it that often. I bought Tilapia and Dover Sole this week.
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DH doesn't eat it, so almost never. He says make it he'll find something else to eat, but that's not how I roll..... I feel bad when I purposely leave him out.
However now that he is working nights, he doesn't eat with us Sunday night, he has to sleep, so I have been getting the kids used to eating it. They like Salmon so far, next my 8 yr old wants to try shrimp.
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Old 06-20-2008, 10:34 AM   #29
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We eat fish or shellfish a couple of times a week. But, I will never buy tilapia, or any other seafood, from China again after reading this in National Geographic: Yellow River - National Geographic Magazine

This is a pretty good guide to making good seafood choices, unless you can catch them yourself: Monterey Bay Aquarium: Download a Regional Seafood Watch Card
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We eat fish or shellfish a couple of times a week. But, I will never buy tilapia, or any other seafood, from China again after reading this in National Geographic: Yellow River - National Geographic Magazine

This is a pretty good guide to making good seafood choices, unless you can catch them yourself: Monterey Bay Aquarium: Download a Regional Seafood Watch Card
Good for you, GG! WHERE your fish comes from is important information to determine whether or not it is good for YOU, and/or the environment.

I used to eat fish almost every day, but the wild, line caught product has become so expensive, I can't any more. Cooking fish and shellfish -- and teaching others how to do the same is my culinary specialty.

Wayne, you are making me laugh! How many posters here know you own and run a fish and chips shop? I'd be eating them every day if I were you. I love the yin and yang of properly fried fish -- the outside so crispy, and the inside so soft.
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