Costco Bulk Fish...

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  1. 2000GT

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    Like many of you, I have been privy to buying 4kg boxes of boneless skinless chicken breasts from costco. This weekend I went into buy my usual bulk meats and such; however, I came across frozen tuna steaks and sole fillets.

    If you are looking to eat clean for a low price, you can get a bag of tuna steaks for 12 bucks cdn and an even bigger bag of sole fillets for 17 bucks.

    BBQ'ed some tuna tonight and it was an awesome change to chicken and steak. Dunno if this stuff is new there, but I haven't seen it before, but glad I did now.
     
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    cool, I'mma have to check it out :cool:
     
  3. Skeletor

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    sole, mahi mahi, tilapia. They are all the bomb, and costco b havin all dem shits.
     
  4. The Grid

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    what ever you do, DO NOT GET THE SALMON BURGERS
     
  5. Skeletor

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    that reminds me, they also have these pre-seasoned salmon cuts that are really good and don't have anything bad added to them. Good for when you just wanna throw something in the oven and have it come out delicious without much effort.
     
  6. T-R-T

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    i :love: costco
     
  7. hotsauce

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    ive heard that as well..

    i usually get fish from whole foods.. more expensive but i don't cook fish that often
     
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    michael FLORIDA > *

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  9. ballerman230

    ballerman230 just a pale blue dot

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    I get their salmon in bulk. It's farm raised but w/e, I eat too much fish to afford wild shit.
     
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    Some is, some isn't. At least they clearly mark it instead of calling the salmon Atlantic salmon (means farmed unless it specifically says Atlantic Wild.) I'll never eat wild salmon, besides the high fat compared to wild, it has a lot of bad crap in it as seen in the above post. Quite a few fish are ok farmed, search google for specifics. I most eat salmon since I get wild salmon from my buddy who catches it in Alaska for cheap but for other fish I go to Costco usually.

    Also, most large predator fish (such as some kinds of tuna) are high in mercury so it can be bad to eat *too much of it.

    edit: plus farmed salmon tastes like crap compared to wild good stuff.
     
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    ballerman230 just a pale blue dot

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    Damn it. I assume all the salmon I get in restaurants is farm raised too, unless explicitly marked wild. Adding it all up I probably eat farm raised salmon 10+ times a month.
     
  12. Skeletor

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    breathing in air will give you cancer dude haven't you read the latest studies?






    :greddy:
     
  13. ForALoafOfBread

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    damn.. i better check out what my local sushi joint serves :noes:
     
  14. Simple

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    bro. if you can avoid it. why not? brahhh
     
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