The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 18
Joachim, about fish skin...
Posted By: Mickey (O- NS)
In Response To: Fish Farming salmon, part 2 (joachim, AB-)
I have read somewhere (don't remember, because I'm always reading) that in order to get the omega oils from fish that you also have to eat the skin because that is where most of it is contained. I usually don't eat the skin of fish, unless I eat a can of sardines. When I eat salmon I like the part of the fish that is closest to the skin, it is soo moist (maybe because it contains more oils?). Do you think that is good enough or do I have to eat the skin to get the full benefit?.
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cloud -- Thursday, 18 October 2001, at 8:52 p.m.
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