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originally posted by: halfoldman
What would an oyster think?
Screw you dear human, in my next life I make you eat crap.
originally posted by: r0xor
a reply to: rickymouse
I'll eat certain fish, but I'm even picky on that. I had a blackened tuna steak, caught recently at an expensive restaurant in Murrell's Inlet, SC when I was there on a trip once.
That was good, really good. It cost almost $20 and this was 13 years ago but it was pretty good. When I was a kid in the St. Louis area, fried catfish was awesome.
Now that I live in VA, near the coast no less, the only seafood I eat is a Filet o' Fish sandwich from Mcdonalds or a piece of fried fish from Long John Silvers, although I like their chicken better.
It's shaped like the fish, fried in the same type of batter as the fish, hell almost tastes similar, but it's not fish. I think they use Alaskan Pollock but not sure anymore.
Compared with pollock, Alaska pollock has a milder taste, whiter color and lower oil content.
High-quality, single-frozen whole Alaska pollock fillets may be layered into a block mold and deep-frozen to produce fish blocks that are used throughout Europe and North America as the raw material for high-quality breaded and battered fish products. Lower-quality, double-frozen fillets or minced trim pieces may also be frozen in block forms and used as raw material for lower-quality, low-cost breaded and battered fish sticks and portions.
Single-frozen Alaska pollock is considered to be the premier raw material for surimi; the most common use of surimi in the United States is imitation crabmeat (also known as crab stick).
Alaska pollock is commonly used in the fast food industry, in products such as McDonald's Filet-O-Fish sandwich and (now-discontinued) Fish McBites, Arby's Classic Fish sandwich, Long John Silver's Baja Fish Taco,Birds Eye's Fish Fingers in Crispy Batter. and Captain D's Seafood Kitchen.
Milder taste no wonder it's good.
I remember going to a friends house as a teen, nice upper middle class house. I asked why it smelled like fish so bad, and this was a pungent ass all permeating smell. My friend said his mom cooked fish for dinner yesterday.
originally posted by: blueman12
a reply to: rickymouse
Can you trust anything from china with their extremely loose pollution regulations.
Then you gotta worry about fish with plastic, other pollutants, radiated fukishims fish, farmed fish like you said, and im sure there is other stuff.
Must be tough for a fish eater.
originally posted by: BlueJacket
a reply to: blueman12
right...Chandra Bose PROVED that plants have emotions and fear pain etc...back in 1900...so no, vegetarian is not more virtuous