Re: About fish - especially catfish
- From: Ross@home
- Date: Sat, 31 Jul 2010 17:49:43 -0400
On Fri, 30 Jul 2010 19:44:39 -0500, Sqwertz <swertz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Fri, 30 Jul 2010 20:31:54 -0400, Larry wrote:
There's nothing to click, but those catfish are for real, from
what I hear.
Makes you wonder what's in the water, eh? How come tilapia don't
come that big?
It's a good thing they don't. They are a horrible farmed fish!
I'd rather eat Tilapia than catfish. Some people say Tilapia
tastes muddy, but not the stuff I buy. Now catfish - *thats*
The muddiest tasting fish we ever had was Rainbow Trout we purchased
many years ago. These came from a "trout farm" not far from us where
you could go and catch your own or buy them already cleaned and
filleted. If you did the catch your own thing, you paid either by
weight or length, I forget which.
We opted to buy some fresh fillets, came home, floured and fried them
in butter, took one bite and fed the rest to the barn cats. MU-Deee!
Should have known better. Rainbow trout prefer cool, quick flowing
streams but these poor things came from a man-made lake that was
probably as warm as a swimming pool.
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