The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 3
A kosher kill is less cruel, more healthful...what about for fish?
Posted By: sean
A little anecdotal information. Caught a couple of fish in intracoastal waters. The parrot fish popped right off the hook and into the bucket. Even though I don't know what else it might be called or what "list" it belongs on, it tasted mild and wonderful.
On the other hand, the red snapper, I had to struggle to finally get the hook out of it's bloody mouth. Poor thing, I felt pretty cruel. The taste of that fish was rather strong and kind of polluted. Did my "cruel" kill release it's toxins into the edible flesh.
I don't remember if this was covered in Native Nutrition.
P.S. I wanted to write another post titled "The fish stinks from the head down" describing my personal questions toward Earl Mindell who I met this weekend. I think my controversal and slightly offensive posts are not welcome here to e-mail me if you want to hear about it..
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RivRa -- Wednesday, 11 March 1998, at 1:59 a.m.
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