Roasted Tilapia

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2013/05/27 12:34:57 (permalink)

Roasted Tilapia

Please share your ideas with me to prepare Roasted Tilapia. Thanks!
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    felix4067
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    Re:Roasted Tilapia 2013/05/27 15:15:41 (permalink)
    So are you asking all these questions because you would like to use our recipes in your restaurant? There are better ways to go about that.
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    Re:Roasted Tilapia 2013/05/27 15:48:27 (permalink)
    Tilapia, is a fish that is farm raised eating its own sh-t. My feeling is, if they eat sh-t, and you are what you eat, then why would someone eat it. There are much better fish to serve in a Kosher Restaurant. I would get a fresh program going and offer a fresh catch of the say............pnwc
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    Re:Roasted Tilapia 2013/05/27 16:11:40 (permalink)

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    Re:Roasted Tilapia 2013/05/27 17:22:49 (permalink)
    pnwchef

    Tilapia, is a fish that is farm raised eating its own sh-t. My feeling is, if they eat sh-t, and you are what you eat, then why would someone eat it. There are much better fish to serve in a Kosher Restaurant. I would get a fresh program going and offer a fresh catch of the say............pnwc

    I don't buy or eat tilapia.   ... I think this was a 'trash fish' farm raise in Vietnam and imported to the US.   In China and Vietnam the fish is feed manure and grows fast.    'Tilapia' name cover about a 100 different species of cichlid fish so you don't know what the h'll you would be buying and it is not worth the $6 to $8 per lb I  see in the stores.
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    Re:Roasted Tilapia 2013/05/27 17:57:20 (permalink)
    Finally! 
     
    It took them almost 3 years to spam us with their ID 4 times.
     
    That's not Kosher in my book.
     
     
     
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    felix4067
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    Re:Roasted Tilapia 2013/05/27 18:01:38 (permalink)
    edwmax

    I don't buy or eat tilapia.   ... I think this was a 'trash fish' farm raise in Vietnam and imported to the US.   In China and Vietnam the fish is feed manure and grows fast.    'Tilapia' name cover about a 100 different species of cichlid fish so you don't know what the h'll you would be buying and it is not worth the $6 to $8 per lb I  see in the stores.

    Good lord, but fish is ridiculously priced where you are! Tilapia goes for $3.99 per pound here, on sale you can usually get it for $2.99.
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