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    4-25-20 Will Hunting's Avatar
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    Heard that even though it's bloody expensive, it tastes noticeably better than regular salmon is worth it.

    Just cooked some for dinner and it did not disappoint, highly recommended for anyone who doesn't mind paying literally double what you're probably used to paying for salmon

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    Not a big salmon fan, but have always noticed a difference between wild caught and raised salmon.

    Twice as much isnt too bad, really. Good fish costs.

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    Sea bass, lake caught striped bass, scallops, mussels,clams, oysters.

    Salmon is dense and too meaty.

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    Not a big seafood fan. But I know enough to know that environmental conditions can have an effect on taste/quality.

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    i hunt fenced animals clambake's Avatar
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    Are you saying there are environmental changes happening?

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    Are you saying there are environmental changes happening?
    You're chump's butt licker for a reason. You aren't qualified to troll.

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    Sea bass, lake caught striped bass, scallops, mussels,clams, oysters.

    Salmon is dense and too meaty.
    That’s the thing about this coppper river salmon. It tastes a lot softer and less meaty.

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    4-25-20 Will Hunting's Avatar
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    Not a big salmon fan, but have always noticed a difference between wild caught and raised salmon.

    Twice as much isnt too bad, really. Good fish costs.
    Farm raised salmon usually tastes disgusting , I can’t eat it. Plus it doesn’t have any of the nutrients (namely omega 3s), nutritionally farm raised salmon isn’t too far off from eating a steak.

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    Sea bass, lake caught striped bass, scallops, mussels,clams, oysters.

    Salmon is dense and too meaty.
    Fresh striper is a delicious fish and really versatile. One of the few fishes that can be cooked almost every way.

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    i hunt fenced animals clambake's Avatar
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    You're chump's butt licker for a reason. You aren't qualified to troll.
    Lol chump owns the derps entire life. Hey derp, you admit it in every thread lol. Derp derp

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    Not a big salmon fan, but have always noticed a difference between wild caught and raised salmon.

    Twice as much isnt too bad, really. Good fish costs.
    i eat salmon all the time but it's not my favorite. i eat it a lot these days at the place i visit because my regular meal isn't on their revised covid menu. smh

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    Fresh striper is a delicious fish and really versatile. One of the few fishes that can be cooked almost every way.
    gonna have to try that.

    as a kid a family friend used to cook up some sort of fish rilled in corn meal. i wish i knew what type of fish and where to get it cooked like that dude used to cook it.

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    Sea bass, lake caught striped bass, scallops, mussels,clams, oysters.

    Salmon is dense and too meaty.
    Bend over, I'll show you dense and too meaty.

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    You're chump's butt licker for a reason. You aren't qualified to troll.
    c'mon man. be real. If someone makes up alts to give themselves self-high fives, they're not really qualified to tell someone they're not qualified to troll.

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    Bend over, I'll show you dense and too meaty.
    Teehee. One of the better ones.

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    c'mon man. be real. If someone makes up alts to give themselves self-high fives, they're not really qualified to tell someone they're not qualified to troll.
    You have alts to make yourself feel better, Crusty. Nice self own.

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    The difference between ty salmon and good salmon is shockingly large. I lived all my life thinking I hated salmon until I had some of the good stuff in Seattle and my mind was blown.

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    Speaking of salmon, anyone else love salmon skin sushi rolls?

    Skin-on filets are best, imo.

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    The difference between ty salmon and good salmon is shockingly large. I lived all my life thinking I hated salmon until I had some of the good stuff in Seattle and my mind was blown.
    It has to be wild caught or I can't eat it. Seattle is great because you can get wild caught salmon from Alaska that wasn't ever frozen.

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    It has to be wild caught or I can't eat it. Seattle is great because you can get wild caught salmon from Alaska that wasn't ever frozen.
    I used to think that was the perfect place to get rich and retire and move to, but then there were reports this spring/summer of giant murder hornets from China/Japan there.

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    From the kayak in the bays of Texas:

    Speckled Trout (best under 22")
    Flounder (15" and over)
    Redfish (more difficult to clean; best at the limit size20" to 22")

    Take any of these and put them in slushy ice immediately after catching.
    I mean have an icechest you can take with you on the kayak and put them immediately on the ice, no stringer.
    Keep em up to six days in the slushy ice (change out water)

    You will never go shopping for fish again.
    Ever.
    You got 3 different textures above that are absolutely wonderful.

    I will take the speckled trout over the other 2 due to a recipe that fits the meat perfectly.

    Im gonna say this probably goes for most of the good eating gamefish on any coastline that are not too big to be cooled quickly.
    Fresh is a must. And the slush, does it.

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    From the kayak in the bays of Texas:

    Speckled Trout (best under 22")
    Flounder (15" and over)
    Redfish (more difficult to clean; best at the limit size20" to 22")

    Take any of these and put them in slushy ice immediately after catching.
    I mean have an icechest you can take with you on the kayak and put them immediately on the ice, no stringer.
    Keep em up to six days in the slushy ice (change out water)

    You will never go shopping for fish again.
    Ever.
    You got 3 different textures above that are absolutely wonderful.

    I will take the speckled trout over the other 2 due to a recipe that fits the meat perfectly.

    Im gonna say this probably goes for most of the good eating gamefish on any coastline that are not too big to be cooled quickly.
    Fresh is a must. And the slush, does it.
    The actual act of catching fish is fun and a real delightful thrill.

    The act of cleaning and butchering a freshly caught fish... not so much. Ugh. Not for me.

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    That’s the thing about this coppper river salmon. It tastes a lot softer and less meaty.
    Sources tell us "Copper River" is a euphemism for "leaky anus" and Copper River salmon means tongue fishing the stream.

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    Used to get that a lot when I lived in Seattle. Very fatty and therefore very tasty.
    Worth the $ if you love seafood, outstanding.

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    Used to get that a lot when I lived in Seattle. Very fatty and therefore very tasty.
    Worth the $ if you love seafood, outstanding.
    Seattle inflation is outrageous tbh. 15 an hour minimum wage

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