Friday, May 21, 2010

Would You Eat: Rotten Shark Meat

I came across this video on Youtube.

19 comments:

  1. No. definitely not. Double dead? Never...

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  2. I am an Asian American. I don't think that is a strange way of eating fish. The Koreans would store skate for week then make it into "sashimi".

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  3. if there was no more sharks who would protect us from the giant octopus's??????

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  4. I don't think that is a strange way of eating fish. anyway love your video, thanx for sharing with us.

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  5. I don't think that is a strange way of eating fish. The Koreans would store skate for week then make it into "sashimi". The Vietnamese would store their fish in a big tank and wait till it ferments (like soysauce) to get "fish sauce".

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  6. Hmm The Koreans would store skate for week then make it into "sashimi". anyway thanx for the video.

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  7. I don't think that is a strange way of eating fish. The Koreans would store skate for week then make it into "sashimi".

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  8. I never eat shark, I don't like the smell of that fish. Interesting video clip thank you for sharing.

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  9. The Chinese and Japanese would dehydrate raw fish with salt for storing purposes. During the process, the smell is horrible but the end product is quiet good and very expensive today! It was cheap back then.

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  10. cheese is rotten milk. Wine is (juice of) rotten grapes. so what's wrong with a rotten fish?

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  11. Who's the crazy one will eat that rotten shark meat?!! yuck! Never.

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  12. Nice blog, and awesome video, thanx for sharing your talent with us, looking forward for your next post.

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  13. yucks heeheh.. I've been invited to a luncheon in which they will be serving shark as the main entree, I have heard reports that shark is bad for you b/c of mercury levels? Is this true, and what will happen to me if I eat a serving of it?

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  14. WoW! I did not realize all the comments until now. Thank you so much for visiting my blog and I am glad you guys like the video!

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  15. I'm willing to bet money on that the average Icelander is more intelligent than the average American, and that they care a LOT more about nature (endangered species) than the US.

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  16. I've been invited to a luncheon in which they will be serving shark as the main entree, I have heard reports that shark is bad for you b/c of mercury levels, thanx for posting.

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  17. Really, really excellent! I didn't have quite enough diced chiles so I added a can of green enchilada sauce. Also added a healthy amount of cumin and some oregano. Absolutely fantastic flavor. I will make this again and again. Thanks :)

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  18. I don't think that is a strange way of eating fish. The Koreans would store skate for week then make it into "sashimi".

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  19. Well, i don't like shark meat.

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