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Old 07-04-2006, 10:11 AM   #11
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May I? I give you a different suggestion.
I think it's not a matter of "what" fish you eat, but "how" you'll eat it.
For a beginner, i suggest a very strong taste, f.i. fried, but with lemon and salt in good quantity. I perfectly know that this is not the "right" way to eat fish, but, generally, this allows you to begin with very litlle problem. Another thing: Don't begin with fish with a lot of uneatable bones...If you eat shrimps, grilled or fried, (lemon and salt) eat the little ones, and eat wholly: don't try to divide it. Exceptionally, don't eat the head, if you are impressed by it.
Fried anchovies are an excellent fish to begin: tasty, simple to do, you eat all of them, bones included. And they are like cherries: one after another....
Good appetite, fish is wonderful, and the best way to eat it, is raw. But this comes in a second moment.....
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Old 07-04-2006, 10:44 AM   #12
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I think it's not a matter of "what" fish you eat, but "how" you'll eat it.
For a beginner, i suggest a very strong taste, f.i. fried, but with lemon and salt in good quantity. I perfectly know that this is not the "right" way to eat fish, but, generally, this allows you to begin with very litlle problem.
I couldn't agree more, RDG!
I can't stand fish, but will eat a good battered/fried white fish with my sister when my she's in a seafood mood. (Especially if there's some good malt vinegar nearby!)
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Old 07-04-2006, 02:28 PM   #13
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Gilthead bream is one of my favourite fishes. Easy to cook if you bake them in the oven, easy to eat (peel skin back and then lift flesh from the bones, which are big so you'd be unlikely to swallow any) and absolutely delicious. Plus they look spectacular on the plate.
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