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Author: [Food & Fitness] Topic: "Sushi grade" do it yourselfer.
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#26
Posted: 3/2/2012 12:48:34 AM

Warm water Tuna.... darn if I know but can eat that raw?

Wasn't cold water.

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#27
Posted: 3/2/2012 7:03:14 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by wallstreetcappers:

search,

Step away from farm raised fish, they are very very bad and not worth a few bucks that you save.

Just stock up when you see wild caught on sale, seal it and freeze it.

No farm raised fish for me...

Wall, I watched a whole program on farm raised and the conflict between wild and farm salmon. You may have seen it as well.

Agree that wild caught is superior but according to my research, the wild caught has a much higher chance of holding certain bacteria that can survive the 15+ hour freezing process as a non sushi grade.

Fried, sure you can eat it raw. Just do it right off the hook or put it in ice if you have to wait more than an hour. All of this comes at a risk รก course. 

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Posted: 3/2/2012 11:06:21 PM
search,

Aside from the bacteria, the feed they give those fish is terrible..farm raised fish eat soy, grains and filler to fatten them up..plus most farm raised fish are GMO, which if I can avoid I will try to smart shop again and get wild caught on sale and seal it.

You also are supporting the culture of destructive farm fishing by purchasing farm raised..and if we are talking the same movie, then for sure you know how ecologically destructive farm raising is. Even in Washington the big business of farm raising fish is really hurting the ecosystem and the wild fish as well.
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