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    Well you had better stick to the salted mackeral.

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    I don't think I have ever eaten mackeral, isn't that also known as dog fish?

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    I have no idea. We dont eat mackeral, we use them for bait and they are called 'slimey's' or 'greasy's'

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    Mackerel
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    Mackerel is a common name applied to a number of different species of fish, mostly, but not exclusively, from the family Scombridae. They occur in all tropical and temperate seas. Most live offshore in the oceanic environment but a few, like the Spanish mackerel (Scomberomorus maculatus), enter bays and can be caught near bridges and piers. The largest species called "mackerel" is the king mackerel (Scomberomorus cavalla) which can grow to 66 inches (168 cm). Common features of mackerels are a slim, cylindrical shape (as opposed to the tunas which are deeper bodied) and numerous finlets on the dorsal and ventral sides behind the dorsal and anal fins. The scales are extremely small, if present. They are prized for their meat, often very oily (and are highly harvested) and fighting ability, and are an important recreational and commercial fishery. The meat can spoil quickly, especially in the tropics, causing scombroid food poisoning - it must be eaten on the day of capture, unless cured. For this reason, mackerel is the only fish traditionally sold on a Sunday in London, and is the only common salt-cured sushi.
    So there...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smeg
    Does the specific task referred to in the final sentence refer to TEFLing?

    Assimilation
    . Finally the drone will be given a specified task to carry out within a specified unimatrix.
    yes, it did

    Finally, once individuality has been stripped, the drone will be given a specified task to carry out within a specified unimatrix, quite possibly teaching.
    so don't lie and cheat

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    Well thanks for that Nick, but the mackeral caught where I live are only used for bait.

    They are very very oily hence name 'slimy's' or 'greasy's'

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    and I like mackerel a lot

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    Lily, is the smoked/salted mackrel the one they have with cow-tom? If so, I like it, but it really *****-up my blood pressure (too much salt).

    *hhhmm, now you made think of it: why have I been given so many cow-tom meals at home recently*

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    I hope you have done the right thing and got maximum life insurance.

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    ^ yep, and the beneficiary is....

    ...the person giving me the cow-tom!

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    She is not silly!

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    IME, women rarely are

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    I don't think I have ever eaten mackeral, isn't that also known as dog fish?
    Dog fish, member of the shark family. Also known as huss and rock salmon.

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    Absolutely love mackerel. Smoked is good, pan-fried is good, barbecued in tinfoil is good with a nice chilli dip, and teryaki is great.


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    Mmmm, look at these beauties...


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    ^ why doesn't 'it' automatically resize big pictures?

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    salty mackerel hmm.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by benbaaa
    ^ why doesn't 'it' automatically resize big pictures?
    because they are big fish Ben

    I like mackerel baked in foil with some lime inside them, as well as some herbs like oregano

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    Great sport! Tasty as hell too.

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    ^

    They are great to catch. They nearly jump into the boat.

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