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PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 3:34 pm Post subject: Which is more dangerous to eat - Fresh water fishes or sea Reply with quote

 Which  is  having  a  more  health  risk  to  eat?
 
 Fishes  caught  from  rivers  where  the  whole  industrial  waste,  human  waste  is  poured.  Better  to  say,  it  is  the  store  house  of  the  all  the  sewers.  Its  like  dipping  your  fish  in  your  toilet,  removing  it,  washing  it  and  eating  it.
 
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 The  sea  fish  coming  from  Mumbai,  Gujarat,  Goa  or  southern  states  etc.
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 3:37 pm Post subject: Re: Which is more dangerous to eat - Fresh water fishes or s Reply with quote

 Go  vegetarian   Thumb Up
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 3:46 pm Post subject: Re: Which is more dangerous to eat - Fresh water fishes or s Reply with quote

 Eat  Meat   Cheer Up
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 3:48 pm Post subject: Re: Which is more dangerous to eat - Fresh water fishes or s Reply with quote

                                                   
zatang  wrote  (View  Post):                
 Its  like  dipping  your  fish  in  your  toilet,  removing  it,  washing  it  and  eating  it.
                 

 
 You  mean  to  say  you  don't  cook  them??
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 3:49 pm Post subject: Re: Which is more dangerous to eat - Fresh water fishes or s Reply with quote

 Pradeep,  Shannon,
 
 They  come  through  pollution  too.  Chuckle
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 3:53 pm Post subject: Re: Which is more dangerous to eat - Fresh water fishes or s Reply with quote

 Well  then  we  should  start  our  own  farms   ROFL   ROFL
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 3:54 pm Post subject: Re: Which is more dangerous to eat - Fresh water fishes or s Reply with quote

 I  am  not  a  vegetarian  but  after  watching  that  program  of  Maneka  Gandhi  on  Fishes,  i  have  stopped  eating  fish  since  the  7-8  years  or  may  be  more  than  that.  I  only  remember  eating  fish  twice  in  this  period,  once  in  a  marriage  party  with  fish  pakora  and  once  out  of  curiosity  in  McDonalds  File-O-Fish  Burger.
 
 That  program  talked  about  the  same  thing,  means  the  filthy  water  from  where  the  fishes  are  being  caught.
 
 No,  i  am  not  saying  not  to  cook  it  but  even  after  cooking  can  you  eat  something  which  is  coming  from  sewer,  filthy  water
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 3:59 pm Post subject: Re: Which is more dangerous to eat - Fresh water fishes or s Reply with quote

 These  days  every  commodity  is  polluted  and  contains  carcinogen  by  the  time  they  reach  our  hands.
 Even  poultry  and  meat  aren't  safe  since  they  contain  doses  of  carcinogens  which  are  passed  to  us  from  poultry/cattle  feeds
 
 It  is  safe  to  dig  a  pond,breed  your  own  fishes  and  eat   Chuckle  
 
 On  a  more  serious  note,  organic  farming  &  backyard  fruits/vegetable  garden  are  gaining  more  importance  these  days.
 
 btw,puffer  fishes  have  poisonous  gall  bladders  and  are  dangerous  to  eat  if  you  don't  clean  them  properly
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 4:01 pm Post subject: Re: Which is more dangerous to eat - Fresh water fishes or s Reply with quote

 Dear  Zatang
 Ok  Water  is  polluted  then  What  about  the  Air?  It  is  also  another   Five  element(Pancha   Tatwa).  Carrying  oxygen  tank  or  using  protective  mask?  Very Happy  
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 4:03 pm Post subject: Re: Which is more dangerous to eat - Fresh water fishes or s Reply with quote

                                                   
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btw,puffer  fishes  have  poisonous  gall  bladders  and  are  dangerous  to  eat  if  you  don't  clean  them  properly                

 
 Fugu  is  considered  quite  the  delicacy  in  Japan  and  only  specially  trained  chefs  prepare  it.
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 4:06 pm Post subject: Re: Which is more dangerous to eat - Fresh water fishes or s Reply with quote

 Maneka  Gandhi,  in  all  honesty,  needs  to  get  her  head  examined.
 
 Excreta,  animal  and  human,  has  been  used  to  fertilise  fields  since  man  first  started  agriculture...  people  don't  seem  to  have  issues  eating  vegetables.
 
 Sure,  if  all  you  ate  was  fish  cultured  in  raw  sewage,  you  might  end  up  with  disease  or  three.  In  moderation,  I  fail  to  see  any  harm.


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 4:09 pm Post subject: Re: Which is more dangerous to eat - Fresh water fishes or s Reply with quote

 Though  I  am  a  Vegetarian,  I  firmly  believe  and  maintain  the  fact  -  
 
 among  non-vegetarian  food  -  fish  offers  the  maximum  benefits  to  the  human  body  and  if  one  must  consume  the  same,  then  it  better  be  from  places  where  there  is  least  pollution  -  perhaps  Dams  and  Lakes  which  are  strictly  used  for  potable  water.  
 
 Fortunately,  these  are  abundant  around  Mumbai  -  but  unfortunately  most  fish  in  Mumbai  come  from  the  worst  polluted  sea  one  could  imagine.  The  sewage  of  entire  Mumbai  population  (which  grows  in  realtime  and  could  never  be  quoted  accurately)  -  is  dumped  into  the  very  sea  which  supports  the  City.
 
 Last  year,  there  were  some  Olympic  swimmers  in  Mumbai,  who  had  to  do  some  practise  -  and  refused  outright,  when  they  checked  the  Mumbai  sea.  Visibility  under  water  -  was  down  to  5  inches  !!
 
 Having  said  that  -  it  would  be  next  to  impossible  to  escape  'contamination'  of  some  kind  in  all  the  food  stuff  that  we  consume.  One  could  however  exercise  'caution'  to  minimise  the  same.
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 5:21 pm Post subject: Re: Which is more dangerous to eat - Fresh water fishes or s Reply with quote

 Don’t  bother  where  fish/meat  comes  form.  Clean  it  and  eat  it.  Unless  you  slaughter  meat  your  self  assume  it  is  dirty.  People  use  cow  dung  etc  as  manure  for  agriculture,  no  one  stops  eating  food  because  of  that.
 
 Personally  I  follow  a  rule  anytime  I  eat  outside.  If  it  tastes  really  good,  I  don’t  ask  what  it  is  made  of  and  never  visit  the  kitchen  of  any  hotel/restaurant  I  eat  in.  I  generally  don’t  like  what  I  see.  
 
 Ignorance  is  bliss
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 5:38 pm Post subject: Re: Which is more dangerous to eat - Fresh water fishes or s Reply with quote

 Except  some  5  star  hotel,  which  restaurant  anyway  allow  you  to  visit  their  Kitchen.
 
 And  since  the  last  few  months,  i  have  significantly  reduced  eating  out
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 MG  used  to  have  a  program  in  Doordarshan  quite  sometime  back.  Quite  a  good  laugh  I  would  say.  I  can't  forget  the  scene  of  white  hybrid  rabbits   running  around  in  the  forest   Chuckle
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