Mahi Mahi...

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  1. DatacomGuy

    DatacomGuy is moving to Canada

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    Had some for lunch today... Damn is it good.

    However according to CalorieKing.com, it's about 31 calories per oz..I had a 6oz filet, and that comes to 185 cals and 40g of protein.

    Doesn't that calorie count sound low???
     
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    Exactly.. If I knew it were that low, I would have ordered 3 or 4 of them. :mamoru:

    Actually I think CalorieKing states 0g of fat...
     
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    Yes. Dinner time.
     
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    LancerV Something Happened OT Supporter

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    Same thing is for tilipia
     
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    Yeah a lot of those fish are just pure protein. And FUCK I love mahi mahi.
     
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    fish ftmfw
     
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    So it's not off then? woot.

    I knew tilapia was healthy too, but didn't realize it was low cal as well.

    Tilapia:
    1oz
    27cal
    0.5g fat
    --0.2g sat fat
    0g carb
    5.7g protein
     
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    LancerV Something Happened OT Supporter

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    :werd: mercury, I laugh at mercury :hs:
     
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    :werd: salmon tastes too good to have mercury in it :bowdown:
     
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    i love catching dolphin and cooking it right there on the boat... soooo good
     
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    Tampa Dolphin meet?
     
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    I had a huge mahi filet after i worked out with some potatos, now im munchin on some publix yogurt.
     
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    Yep, for very lean cuts of meat, ~30 cals/oz is about right. Fish is awesome :bowdown:
     
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    i had Mahi Mahi for the first time at Cheese Cake factory. i loved it. i have played around with it a little bit at home and man it is a very versatile fish. i love it.
     
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    have some in the freezer, thanks for the reminder

    going to cook it
     
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    Living in SoFla where mahi is caught daily and readily cheap and available ftw.
     
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    i want fish now, you assholes...
     
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    i had some baked whitefish the other day...tasty.
    never tried mahi mahi or tilapia, but sounds good.

    any suggestions on cooking besides baked w/lemon pepper rub?
     
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    I shake 'n' bake my fish a fair amount, and eat with ketchup/fat-free tartar sauce.

    I like just baked with lemon though, pretty much my favorite way. Sometimes I do a mustard rub on stuff like tuna/salmon which is a more hearty flavor.
     
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    I just do the lemon thing.
     
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    rub both sides with salt/pepper/lemon pepper and sear in a frying pan... be careful, though
     
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    dolphin for the win... nothing like goin out and catching some schoolies and grillin em up as soon as you get home
     
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    Kingfish isnt that great but when I get one of those I have to take it home, I mean all that fucking meat. :eek3:
     
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    smoked king is the only way to go
     
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