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What type of fish do you like? (Not including shell fish)

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  1. KONG-D'SNT-TAP

    KONG-D'SNT-TAP Titanium Belt

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    Yes it def is. I’ve had it at very good restaurants and it’s damn good if it’s prepared properly.

    I don’t think I would attempt it at home though
     
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  3. -Magua-

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    Norwegian Salmon, usually twice a week.
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    Grew up on the Great Lakes so Perch, Walleye and Whitefish were staples growing up.

    Smoked salmon is addictive AF.

    Good Toro is a treat.
     
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  5. Starck

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    Snakehead
     
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    Probably halibut but I love silver carp fish head cooked hunan style.
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    Also bbq salmon head is amazing
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  7. Larzon

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    Flathead are delicious and super easy to catch
     
  8. Brampton_Boy

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    On a day to day basis, any white fish. Cod, Hallbut, Sole etc. It is virtually tasteless and has a nice texture which makes it easy to eat quickly.

    If I am looking to actually enjoy my meal, a good Tuna or Salmon steak, grilled Cod (Portugese style), if we are allowed to count Eel, I LOVE Unagi... and pretty much all types of sashimi.

    I also used to eat canned sardines/kippers every day. I hated it, but it was a cheap source of protein that I could eat in three mouthfuls. For most of my life, food has been about function as opposed to enjoyment.
     
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    Carribean merlusa is quite good but it needs to be either very fresh or immediatly freezed after it's caught, loses taste swiftly otherwise.
    Different kinds of salmon and tuna are very good. Try beluga if you can, it has distinctive taste and texture.
     
  10. John Mabrey

    John Mabrey The artist formerly known as murillaninjascrilla

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    Tilapia or poopfish as @Javelina calls it
     
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    Tuna steaks are my favorite, like you TS.

    I like just about any fish that has a meaty consistency as opposed to being really flakey. Swordfish is really good.

    It's also hard for me to say no to some battered and fried cod fillets.

    I think one of the less popular ones that we eat a decent amount of in my family is trout. That's probably mostly because my in-laws love going trout fishing every year. It's pretty good, though.
     
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  12. Overpressure

    Overpressure Pettifogging the fuck out of y'all

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    Just last night I went to an occasion, and had swordfish stuffed with king crab.

    Mmmmmmm
     
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    I like wahoo and amberjack especially when blackened. Red snapper is tasty too. I like mahi but I'd rather not cook it because it can really make the entire house smell, but I'll almost always order a mahi fish taco if a place has one (and is a seafood place).

    I'm not a fan of grilled salmon as it gets too greasy but I do like it on sushi. Smoked salmon + cream cheese + avocado roll is pretty great
     
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  14. Magooglie

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    I like all kinds of fish.
     
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  15. genecop

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    Tuna, Fillet of Sole, Salmon.....any other white fish pretty much..
     
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    It’s not reallyall that healthy, but I love fish n chips...(sans the chips).
    I got a good place in the neighborhood, and so once a week I get take out for dinner.

    In Manila/Makati it’s usually Dory or Tilapia, but sometimes the more expensive places sell imported cod. Taste similar enough, I’ll admit cod is a lil better, but not worth the big price difference.
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  17. MikeMcMann

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    Of course all the sushi usual are on my list, tops amongst them Tuna and salmon.

    But I also really love cooking fresh Canadian or US lake and river fish.

    Walleye is arguably the tastiest I have ever had.

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    But Trout is right there up with it.

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    Catfish and Bass, all yum.

    And as someone who loves his grill and used to love to grill a lot of fish, I have to say do yourself a favour and get a steam oven and try cooking the same fish you love in that instead of an a grill. While there is room for both methods depending on your cooking goals there is no moister fish (other than raw) then cooked in a steak oven imo.

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  19. loyalyolayal

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    Cream Dory. I used to buy them as they were cheap af almost a decade ago. Like $2 a kilo. Then you found out they were farm raised in Vietnam swimming in crowded pens with tons of antibiotics. They really marketed the shit out of Pangasius giving it over a dozen names because people don't wanna hear asian catfish. LOL!

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    I see you are a basic bitch.

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    Fucking fried cod...
     
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