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Stormstryk
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I cannot manage to stomach fish either, but take fish oil capsule and up to 4 tablespoons of flax seed oil a day instead. (addicted to membrane fluidizer cocktail apparently!)  I try bravely a few times a year to taste someone elses fish dish at dinner out when they SWEAR it's "delicious" and "not fishy at ALL".. and as soon as I start to masticate I want to run away and spit it out.  Caviar has the SAME effect if not even more dramatic!

I've never tried scallops (or shark for that matter), so perhaps my next bought of bravery will involve them.  I really WISH I liked fish.. it's less expensive than lamb, goat, or mutton here, but alas.. I've never managed to find something I can swallow.  

I DO know that I've eated tuna sandwiches by mistake if the preparer used a LOT of mustard and sour pickle relish in them.  so perhaps enough acidic ingredients covers up the fishy taste.. canned tuna is supposedly VERY fishy tasting to most people.  

Let me know if you try scallops and find them to be non-repulsive.. haha.. I doubt I'm brave enough to go buy some and test it on myself. (I have a nice package of minced lamb waiting to be made into a spinach curry tonight.. YUM!)

Bright Blessings,
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Hi,
I know there is probably no way around it, but to me fish is the last thing I want to eat.  I literally can handle two bites at most.  for a type B, is there ANY way I could get whatever it is that fish gives me from something else?  Or does any one have any suggestions on a way I could eat it without tasting it???  Thanks!


One of my favorite ways to eat fish is to cook the fish fillets in a tomato sauce gravy and serve that over rice.  Here's a simple recipe to try, if interested.  I have used catfish, tilapia, cod, and I think halibut.

http://www.cajun-recipes.com/html/seafood/41656.htm

Howerver, I have never put curry powder or worcestershire sauce in mine, as the recipe shows.


Sirach 37:27
For not every food is good for everyone, nor is everything suited to every taste.



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Lola
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thanks for the tip!


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thanks for the tip!


You're welcome!  (If you were referring to my post)

My husband and our sons also like fish creole alot.


Sirach 37:27
For not every food is good for everyone, nor is everything suited to every taste.




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Quoted from Sousakuteki
Hi,
I know there is probably no way around it, but to me fish is the last thing I want to eat.  I literally can handle two bites at most.  for a type B, is there ANY way I could get whatever it is that fish gives me from something else?  Or does any one have any suggestions on a way I could eat it without tasting it???  Thanks!


I am an O who doesn't touch meat or poultry, but I love fish so much. Each time I throw into the pan a fresh fillet of striped bass (Morone saxatilis) I am sorry I can't share it with my B and AB buddies.

Another species listed in fishbase.org under "sea bass" is Dicentrarchus labrax, which is grown in cages in the Red-sea and is most popular in my country. It too belongs to the Perciformes family. I wonder if this particular species is ok for B and AB. Very delicate meat, tastes heavenly, and of course fresh fish have no smell at all. I prepare it in the pan - rapid cooking, with sage leaves in the olive oil + turmeric (always!!!) and some other herb, thyme and/or Majorana syriaca (Za'tar) leaves. The experience of eating marine fresh fish prepared like that is like taking a breath of fresh air.



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