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Comment from: Karen B. [Visitor]
Great post, Suzanne! I'm really surprised about the tilapia and glad I don't eat it very often any more.
I always thaw the cod and it seems waterlogged. When I cook it I end up with a baking pan FULL of liquid, even though I didn't add any, and very dry cod.
I won't thaw it next time and see if it turns out.
Thank you so much!
I'm finally back to the BTD full-time and feeling some good changes in my body. I've been back on it a week now and trying to stick to mainly beneficials to get some health back into my digestive system. I'm so glad I've continued to read your blog even though I was't BTD'ing. :-)
11/09/10 @ 16:40
Comment from: Basma [Visitor]
Never ever cook fish in the oven ..it turns out dry and tastes awful. I always cook fish (any kind) in a non-stick saucepan. I add some olive oil, brown the fish on one side, flip it over and then add the juice of one lemon and let it simmer on a low heat in the juice until all the juice is absorbed and the fish is browned and moist. Add spices like Cajun and it becomes a very yummy fish indeed :)
11/12/10 @ 18:10

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