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Old Yesterday, 11:00 PM   #14331
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Google is your friend, the FDA list of seafood related hazards.

https://www.fda.gov/media/80748/download
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no bad fish here

went out overnight
You should have thrown the big ones overboard; no-one whould believed that you cought such big fishes ...
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Sorry to hear about your adventure Cogitech. Got more or less the same from cold chain not respected in a 'brasserie' yesterday. Spent the whole day between bed and toilets...
Not wise to poison a colleague: I will warn my own clients and the restaurant owner will hear about me.
That is one of the reason i only work with fresh ingredients, decided to discard some ingredients which are potentially hazardous and follow haccp rules (as much as possible).

Of course sometimes sh.t happen but...
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Thanks krivium. Sorry to hear about your adventure too.

I my case, I am sure it was the unagi roll. I was the only one in the group who ate it, and the only one who got sick.
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Yes, sorry to hear about krivium as well.
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Nice fish!, is that a Mahi-Mahi on the child's hands? I love the taste of that fish.
yes mahi.....we snapped off a couple twice that size

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Dog nabbit Bob get that fish on ice.
don't panic cal. .. .that's how you do it.....straight from the fish box on the boat, toss on the dock, quick pic, straight to the 300qt icey tech cooler on the tailgate.
ain't the first rodeo

Magnus, it costs roughly $1200 in fuel and bait to go on a trip like that......if it's legal it's going on ice!

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Thanks krivium. Sorry to hear about your adventure too.
Sorry about that, unagi is always cooked though.
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I should make something special for me today, but have to be at the pacemaker check-up at the hospital tomorrow, so a pizza will work perfectly.

On the theme of food poisoning I must say it is terrible. I had digested a larghe amount of bread with bad olive oil in Turkey many years ago and after a day and a night I collapsed and was rushed to a hospital where I recovered after a night. I was dry as a raisin as I couldn't keep a single drop of water ...
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Sorry about that, unagi is always cooked though.
Indeed. I am thinking it is not so popular at that restaurant so it sat around way past its safe point. Let anything sit long enough, even if cooked, and it can make someone very sick.
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