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Excerpt: Provided that they are raised under appropriate conditions, the nutritional content of farmed fish is at least as beneficial as that of wild fish (particularly in terms of the prevention of cardiovascular diseases), and they also have the advantages of freshness and apparent non-toxicity. Nutr Metab Cardiovasc Dis. 2004 Feb;14(1):34-41.

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    Farmed fish = wild fish

    Provided that they are raised under appropriate conditions, the nutritional content of farmed fish is at least as beneficial as that of wild fish (particularly in terms of the prevention of cardiovascular diseases), and they also have the advantages of freshness and apparent non-toxicity.

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    Re: Farmed fish = wild fish

    you are trying to drive me crazy aren't you

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    Re: Farmed fish = wild fish

    ok I've recovered.

    so the question is how do we provide for whether or not the fish were "raised under appropriate conditions"

    ?

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    Re: Farmed fish = wild fish

    The problem is that they are not fed "Clean" food and the FDA has tested over and over again and stated that "farmed" fish (Specifially Salmon) has far higer levels of toxins than wild fish.

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    Re: Farmed fish = wild fish

    but this looks like new findings feb. 14 2004

    maybe there is a way to tell which people feed the fish "clean" food

    like some better business bureau type fish website

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    Re: Farmed fish = wild fish

    thought i covered this subject before

    yes farmed fish can be as beneficial as wild fish
    but the best wild fish is far more tasty, juicy and beneficial as farmed
    most farmed fish is salmon, catfish (yuk!) and tilapia
    halibut is still in the experimental stages

    please not farmed salmon is atlantic salmon and the levels of pcb's and dioxin vary according to allowable standards by country

    us and canada have the lowest
    scottish tend to be the highest
    i don't like the habit of refeeding processed fish matter to the stock
    cannabalism is what it is and we have seen that it is not a healthy thing to do
    ie mad cow's, now avian flu
    and i worry about this new hi omega 3 milk where they feed the cows fish meal

    damn cows are vegan by nature
    that is wrong

    back to fish
    wild salmon i find it the best, tastiest and i believe the most benefical
    i choose fish that are spawned from very cold and long run rivers
    best known is the copper river salmon
    anyone having tried this will find it is phenom
    the japanese love the fraiser river salmon and buy up most of the stock and pay up to a 1000$ a kilo for the best sushi grade salmon from this river
    i personally love bristol bay salmon
    these are spawned from the rivers that feed into bristol bay (between alaska and siberian peninsula)

    how ever you cut it, you have to eat it to reap the rewards
    so many people do not
    or only do once in a while
    and please dear gods do not overcook it
    the omega 3 oils melt at a low temperatures so you are just cooking away your money


    imho

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    Re: Farmed fish = wild fish

    $1000 a kilo is... $454 per pound?

    Salmon that costs more than... gold?

    wow...

    you did cover some of that before but not all of it

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    Re: Farmed fish = wild fish

    Quote Quote posted by Bran987
    $1000 a kilo is... $454 per pound?

    Salmon that costs more than... gold?

    wow...

    you did cover some of that before but not all of it
    you've not read all my posts
    lol
    yes the japanese will pay astronomical amounts for food

    there is a tuna that runs in certain waters in the spring
    and if a female tuna is caught during a certain time right before the roes are inseminated the tuna flesh itself is over 1000$ a kilo and the row is more in the 1500$ range

    lol
    i'll stick to chicken eggs, salmon eggs and quail eggs
    well i have had duck eggs
    would love to make an omellete from an ostrich egg
    lol one would feed 2 bors

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    Re: Farmed fish = wild fish

    You're right obiwan9962, wild salmon (or any other fish specie) tastes way better then farm-raised one

    BUT :

    Sometimes you can just NOT find wild salmon
    Farm-raised is then your only choice

    Wild animals get rare, so expensive if not highly expensive
    Then, once again, farm-raised are an option

    BTW, I don't know why people feel so concerned with PCBs and dioxins in salmon

    You find those shitty chemicals in milk, eggs, etc
    and when you see beef's diet (food and drugs) ....
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    Re: Farmed fish = wild fish

    Wild salmon tastes better than farm - wild is also twice the price (by me at any rate).

    I'm blessed to have a fishermen friend and live near a fishing village so I can get a lot of fresh fish as the season hits. Next to a thick marinated porterhouse steak once you go fresh fish you'll want no other protein.


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