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2007/06/15 03:10:11 (permalink)
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fish

is this just as gooder source of protein as chicken and steak and stuff ?

at the moment i eat quite a bit of tined tuna, assuming its better in brine than in oil ?

and also can you recomend some fish dishes, nothing too expensive.
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    walloper
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    RE: fish 2007/06/15 04:11:51 (permalink)
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    1. fish(haddock, salmon, tuna..) is a great source of protein
    2. I eat mine in water/sodium free and believe that is the "best". just add some flax seed/cod liver oil with it for healthy fats that are missing due to it's tinned.
    3.ask in the recipe forum?
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    RE: fish 2007/06/15 05:56:52 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: loz_86

    is this just as gooder source of protein as chicken and steak and stuff ?

    at the moment i eat quite a bit of tined tuna, assuming its better in brine than in oil ?

    and also can you recomend some fish dishes, nothing too expensive.


    Iceland are doing 5 salmon steaks for £5, they only need 3 minutes in the microwave.
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    ToxicToffee
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    RE: fish 2007/06/15 08:38:33 (permalink)
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    is this just as gooder source of protein as chicken and steak and stuff ?


    better?

    based on many things yes, based on many things no

    whey has a better amino acid profile
    oily fish has essential fats

    simply vary protein sources as much as possible

    and also can you recomend some fish dishes, nothing too expensive.


    i take it from your other thread, beer comes first?
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    loz_86
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    RE: fish 2007/06/15 12:09:46 (permalink)
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    lol, poor student

    ORIGINAL: YoungBodyBuilder

    3.ask in the recipe forum?


    where's that ? i clicked the recipe thing at the top but its just trying to sell me books

    come on, what can i do with fish ?
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    RE: fish 2007/06/15 12:14:53 (permalink)
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    Fish is good.

    Cod, tuna, pollock, haddock, all nice and favourites of mine.
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