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    I like a good serving of chips. I hate when you can count at a glance the number of chips on the plate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    The reason is simple the colder the water the more nutrients in the water.
    Get that, also the colder environment the higher the oil content tends to be in the fish, adds to the flavour.

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    I thought it was due to the higher oxygen content of cold sea water as to why they taste better compared to tropical fish.

    We need an independent source cited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orrens View Post
    I thought it was due to the higher oxygen content of cold sea water as to why they taste better compared to tropical fish.

    We need an independent source cited.

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    Oxygen doesn't really taste of much unless in O3 form

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orrens View Post
    We need an independent source cited.
    Doesn't mention taste though...

    Best and Worst Cold Water Fish to Eat | MD-Health.com

    Omega-3 fatty acids are known as an essential fat. Your body cannot produce this fat so you will need to take it in from dietary sources. Some plants contain omega-3 fatty acids, but most sources that are high in this particular ingredient are fish. Coldwater fish are particularly high in omega-3 fatty acids because they live in environments that promote production of this fat very well. Increasing your intake is commonly recommended to help you get the omega-3s you need. How to Choose Cold Water Fish for Omega-3s


    • Choose Saltwater Fish- Salt water fish tend to have more omega-3s than freshwater varieties. They tend to live in deeper, colder water that makes it necessary for them to produce additional omega-3 fatty acids as insulation. Mackerel and sardines are particularly well-known for containing high amounts of this fatty acid. Salmon and trout are also known for containing high amounts of omega-3s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Club Soda View Post
    White fish carry less if any omega oils.
    She left her phone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Club Soda View Post
    The Indian Halibut @ 600/kg is taking its time.
    she changed her mind,now going fri.it would have been quicker to go to,HARRY RAMSDENS on the bay in Cardiff.giant haddock & chips with scraps to feed the seagulls overhead.MRS.H.loved them,NO not the gulls.

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    Craving for fish and chips right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf34 View Post
    Craving for fish and chips right now.
    Welcome to the forum, Wolf34.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf34 View Post
    Craving for fish and chips right now.


    go up there and get you some

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    ^ Can you afford Heinz beans?

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    I like Ayam beans too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Club Soda View Post
    I'd settle for a pork schnitzel with beans right now.
    Ayam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    ^ Can you afford Heinz beans?
    About all I can afford is the gaseous indigestion from them that the wife has come to know and love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Club Soda View Post
    The Indian Halibut @ 600/kg is taking its time.
    well CS.she went to foodland fri.they only had 1piece left 500gm.and that was frozen.it looked ok.so thats what she came home with.
    so yesterday,cut it into 4 nice pieces over 1" thick,a nice thick batter,big C frozen straight cut chips and a tin of brook baked beans.
    will I be buying anymore of this indian halibut YOU BET its just as good as members on another forum said about it about 6yrs.ago.
    the flesh was white,no bones and cooked well and held its shape.just hope foodland stock it regular.i have never ever seen it anywhere else in korat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    I like Ayam beans too.
    They do at a pinch when suffering the munchies at midnight, but I find them too sweet. I buy them on the Malaysian border, duty free when doing a run.
    I do recommend Ayam sardines...they're up there with Brunswick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maanaam View Post
    I do recommend Ayam sardines...they're up there with Brunswick.
    Are they in Tomato sauce, i hate fish in tomato but can't seem to locate sardines/pilchards in just oil or brine in Thailand.

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    ^ nothing with Lite in the name is any good

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    Re Watties: The ex was a Kiwi and that was the brand she craved. So its what you grow up with that gives you the comforts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Are they in Tomato sauce, i hate fish in tomato but can't seem to locate sardines/pilchards in just oil or brine in Thailand.
    You can buy them in oil. I don't recall seeing them in brine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    You can buy them in oil. I don't recall seeing them in brine.
    A very healthy and sustainable fish to eat. I only buy western US caught Sardines because they are a sustainable and healthy catch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    sustainable
    Looks more an industrial event to me.



    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    healthy catch
    Not for the fish.
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    Mayonnaise & chips - yum

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    Quote Originally Posted by headhunter View Post
    well CS.she went to foodland fri.they only had 1piece left 500gm.and that was frozen.it looked ok.so thats what she came home with.
    so yesterday,cut it into 4 nice pieces over 1" thick,a nice thick batter,big C frozen straight cut chips and a tin of brook baked beans.
    will I be buying anymore of this indian halibut YOU BET its just as good as members on another forum said about it about 6yrs.ago.
    the flesh was white,no bones and cooked well and held its shape.just hope foodland stock it regular.i have never ever seen it anywhere else in korat.
    well there is another place in korat,MAKRO the wife got 2whole ones wed.900gm.700gm. cooked the biggest one covered in indian spices excellent.and the price,175BHT.KLO.

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