Recruiting Forum Off Topic Thread III

zhangliao04

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You are welcome in advance because you will be thanking me. That is good eats.

And yes, the more lemon the better on fish. I splash the fish before I bake it; then before I put it under the broiler, then again on the plate.
It's so good. Makes the meat more tender, too. OR doesn't really need more tendering, but maybe a steak fish like Mahi Mahi could.

Have you ever tried cooking a tuna steak? I bought one the other day and am thinking about how to cook it.
 

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There is a lot more that is wrong with farmed salmon. Like you said, antibiotics and diseases are huge deals. Then you have the diet they feed them. Sure, it is anchovy-rich and mainly true to their diet, but it is killing off the anchovy population in the oceans which many others species use to feed off of as well. Also, a number of studies have shown that the health benefits have significantly decreased in farmed salmon compared to normal levels. Good fats like the highly diet-important omega's are less than half of the normal levels. Wild caught is the way to go.
You are 100% correct.
 

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Chilean Seabass from Bonefish grill...GOAT
I also had some red snapper from a seafood restaurant in Destin, that sets up at the top with the Seabass from bonefish.
That is a good dish...but Chilean Seabass isn't really a fish. It's really a Patagonian Toothfish....which doesn't sound nearly as appetizing as (in fancy voice) Chilean Seabass.
 
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It's so good. Makes the meat more tender, too. OR doesn't really need more tendering, but maybe a steak fish like Mahi Mahi could.

Have you ever tried cooking a tuna steak? I bought one the other day and am thinking about how to cook it.
Only Ahi tuna, which is best if you just get the pan really hot, put in a good chunk of butter and melt it down, or just a light coating of canola or peanut oil, and sear for about a minute on all sides.
 
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