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    Low fat fish


    Other than Tuna, what are some low fat types of fish that are healthy to eat on a daily basis?

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    Sardines packed in water, perch, pike, trout, sole, cod, some seafood and shellfish. I'm thinking a lot of freshwater fish, salmon is relatively high in fat compare to the previous ones listed but nevertheless still good for you.
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    tilapia rocks.. one indiv. wrapped frozen fillet has 1g fat, 40mg sodium, 0carbs, 20g protein. cook up 2-3 depending on size, and you're good. no fishy taste, easy and quick to cook, cheap on the wallet too-
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    i can't think of any fish that are high in bad fats.
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    Tilapia, Halibut, Orange Roughy, Cod, Flounder, Grouper...there are tons!
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    Most light flaky fish like tilapia,haddock, pollock,etc... are pretty low in fat. But remember the fats in fish are good fats Salmon,Bluefish,Char,etc... are all high in fats but there all very healthy.
    The thing you have to watch out for if your going to be eating them a lot is mercury, tilapia, pollock, and salmon are all heavily farmed and contain a lot of mercury.
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    I'm gonna bump the tilapia! Love it!
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    Agreed, it's very versatile.
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    My fav is taking a big a slab of salmon, brine it over night and then smoke in on a cedar plank the next day. I can snack off that for DAYS Used to serve up tilapia a lot until my wife found out its a bottom feeder, now its known as the $#!T fish at my house and no one will eat it lol. Someone mentioned seafood and shellfish......as far as shellfish go, which in your opinions are good/bad? I tend to like it all if its from the ocean.
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    Shark is absolutely amazing. Also, Mahi Mahi, although it's a mammal, not a fish
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    Quote Originally Posted by bubbachew View Post
    Shark is absolutely amazing. Also, Mahi Mahi, although it's a mammal, not a fish
    ive wanted to try shark, no one sells it in minnesota tho haha


    talipa and salmon ftw, i can eat that all day
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    Shark is really good. Very dense. Good piece to put on the grill. My wife is partial to Mahi Mahi. I pretty much like it all. Got a big slab of salmon sitting in a brine solution right now. Will be smoking it this afternoon. I will be able to snack on it for days. Very good stuff
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    Quote Originally Posted by spearfisher View Post
    Shark is really good. Very dense. Good piece to put on the grill. My wife is partial to Mahi Mahi. I pretty much like it all. Got a big slab of salmon sitting in a brine solution right now. Will be smoking it this afternoon. I will be able to snack on it for days. Very good stuff
    Mr brother and I are just getting ready to throw 2 lbs of shark on the grill as we speak. Mmmmmmm....can't wait.
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    I'm moving to the gulf at the end of the year, by my screen name, you can guess what my favorite hobby is I love snapper season!!!
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    Snapper is the best, next to tilapia
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    Quote Originally Posted by bubbachew View Post
    Mr brother and I are just getting ready to throw 2 lbs of shark on the grill as we speak. Mmmmmmm....can't wait.
    Just be aware of the high mercury levels in large fish and plan accordingly, but still enjoy your meal
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    Actually, Mahi Mahi is a fish. Common misconception that it is a mammal since it is sometimes called dolphin-fish.
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    tiapila or red snapper if u got the money
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    Just to add to the list, swordfish and grouper are delicious! But again same warnings as above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by polo View Post
    tiapila or red snapper if u got the money
    here in hawaii tilapia grows in dirty canal water, we eat ahi (yellow fin tuna) aku which is a red meat fish, mahi mahi, we have alot to choose from here and they are all free, you just have to catch um!!!
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    I just picked up some Perch and Whiting from Aldi (discount food store)...I'd recommend both, the Whiting is a little bland but throw some wasabi mustard on it and you'll be happy.
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