Sunday, March 21, 2010

Seafood Tip: Fresh or Frozen?

Fresh fish is awesome and does not need to be frozen first to make it more safe...that is bull poop. What becomes safer? Look at the fish...parasites leave obvious signs that they are around...deterioation...etc...and the health benefits of the rejuvenating omega three fats far outweigh the risk of mercury poisoning...
If you want to look at life through a micron microscope you might as well stop breathing right now cause it will scare the crap out of you. Our bodies are designed to protect us as long as we don't overdo it. Eat fresh fish and enjoy it...mmmmmm. good! 

Don't know how to cook it?  I'll teach you how with my book FISH WITHOUT A DOUBT.  Buy it online here or pickup a copy at rm seafood. 


  1. You said poop! hahaha...
    My grandfather and uncles were all fisherman, we always ate fresh fish!
    Yummy goodness

  2. I was reflecting over this topic as Lent was winding down and concluded my internal debate with, "Fukc it. I like fish."

    So for Easter, we went out for cheeseburgers then went to Seafood City to go fish shopping.

  3. There's always room for a good burger! Hope you enjoyed your Easter. Out of curiosity, how did you prepare your fish?

  4. My fiancée is Filipino and was going to make Paksiw Na Isda (Boiled pickled fish) out of the 6-inch golden threads we had picked up. She wasn't feeling well so I tried doing a gumbo style thing with them instead that didn't turn out very well.

    Our usual fair is tilapia or pompano stuffed with tomato and onion then wrapped in banana leaf and grilled. Stuffed baked or pan fried rainbow trout lately. broiled flounder. stuffed squid. Lots of shrimp. There's a package of butter fish defrosting in the fridge for dinner tonight.

    Our primary source of protein is seafood and we try to mix it up. I steal ideas from you guys from time to time.