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OK Aussie fish

Posted By: Pat (A+, INFP, se, MN) in Oz
Date: Friday, 13 July 2001, at 9:36 p.m.

Deep sea fish are the least likely to have toxins - especially heavy metals. Orange roughy, mostly caught in deep water off Tasmania, is excellent! Wild barramundi is probably OK because the inland waterways in the north are still pretty clean!

Avoid fish that are high up the food chain like shark (flake) and couta (barracouta).

http://www.fishbase.org/search.cfm is a GREAT site, that lists common names for over 25,000 varieties of fish -- and lists the scientific names, so you can see if the fish are the same species, or same family as the ones Dr D lists!

Good hunting!

Pat in Oz too


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