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    As my friend Grok says, "fish good!"


    Here's the problem:

    Most of the fish I see being discussed are cold water fish like cod and salmon.


    As I've said before, I live in the Caribbean...what's a boy to do when the local fare is Mahi-Mahi and Wahoo? Are these fish incompatible with the PB? Are they especially high in heavy metal content?

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    Those are great.


    Blackened Mahi Mahi (cajun) is my favorite.

    2nd is Chilean Sea Bass...


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    Wow, I'm so jealous that you live in the Caribbean!


    What sort of fish is good to eat from the supermarket? I know we should farmed salmon but it's pretty much the only thing I can get here. What about cod?


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    I think all fish provide an excellent source of Omega 3, in more or less amounts. So eat all the fish you can muster and don't worry if it's not cold water fish.


    Can't say anything about heavy metal content though... your local health department should be able to provide some answer to that. I hope.

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    I eat MahiMahi few times a week. It's great!


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    @StoneAgeQueen

    Supermarket fish depends on where you live. Our supermarkets have pretty much anything local...which is a lot considering this is St. Croix. But what I'm interested in is the fishing charter guys. You know what they bring in is not farmed and they sell you a lb or 2 for 5 bucks.


    Talk about fresh fish...

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    Hey JohnOTD, I was searching this site for smart fuels, and lo and behold look what I found.


    http://www.marksdailyapple.com/mahi-mahi/


    Just be careful about that mercury content - shame how we humans pollute our food sources.

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    Think about how high they are on the food chain... the higher the "worse" they are as far as pollutants.


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    I was thinking of moving to St. Martin (French side) to find a hotel job, but that is truly up in the air at the moment.


    I don't really know if mackerel is a cold water fish or not, but if you can find some nice thin skin smaller fish, slit the skin (2 or 3 times), butter them up with coconut oil, and then throw them on the grill or under the broiler for 5 minutes each side, and YUM!

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    Generally the oilier a fish is, the colder its home-waters, as the oils act as antifreeze


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