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 Post subject: Re: cooking silver perch
PostPosted: Jan 22nd, '13, 15:33 
Haven't filleted it yet Faye.... suspect it may...


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 Post subject: Re: cooking silver perch
PostPosted: Jan 22nd, '13, 15:42 
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Seriously, this cant be healthy.
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Rupe's looks like it does.

Does that mean they are reproducing in the system Faye? Or would they be unfertilized ?

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PostPosted: Jan 22nd, '13, 16:59 
No sign of any roe... and not an overly large amount of fat.... just a big healthy fish...

And no Bull.... they wont reproduce in an AP system....

(P.S... doesn't look like any egg re-absorption either)


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PostPosted: Jan 22nd, '13, 17:47 
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I didn't mean fat unhealthy. Just big.

I rarely see fish in the wild in that kind of condition.

It looks delicious.

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PostPosted: Jan 22nd, '13, 17:51 
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And no Bull.... they wont reproduce in an AP system....

I know of someone who had a few SP left over in a tank (old aquaculture set up) that they left with water plants and stuff left in it. It was up the back of their block and kinda forgot about it for quite a long time. One time they had visitors staying and one of them said how long have you had all those little fish in the tank up the back? Yep... it was full of SP fingerlings.

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PostPosted: Jan 22nd, '13, 18:01 
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I didn't mean fat unhealthy. Just big.

I rarely see fish in the wild in that kind of condition.

It looks delicious.

Yep... it was a big fish... and delicious...

Virtually stretched across the baking tray (oven width) ...

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Had rib bones that would make really good tooth picks...

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And the shoulder meat... was as thick as a fork...

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PostPosted: Jan 22nd, '13, 18:02 
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I know of someone who had a few SP left over in a tank (old aquaculture set up) that they left with water plants and stuff left in it. It was up the back of their block and kinda forgot about it for quite a long time. One time they had visitors staying and one of them said how long have you had all those little fish in the tank up the back? Yep... it was full of SP fingerlings.

Not a usual occurrance.... must have been some optimum freak of nature... :dontknow: ...


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PostPosted: Jan 22nd, '13, 18:40 
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So how did you cook it Rupe?

Inspired by you Colin... but not sure I followed your recipe...

Just wrapped it in foil.. stuffed with spring onions, some ginger, and butter... drizzled with soy sauce... thrown in the oven... 180 for about an hour...


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That frame is crazy big! Nice work Roz. :thumbleft:

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Wow u found jaba the fish in Ur system rupe

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PostPosted: Jan 23rd, '13, 08:16 
There's a few that size in the tank EagleEye... even a couple of bigger ones... :wink:


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So how was the flavour Rupe???

My wife steams the fish for 20mins - boiling water.

She stuffs the gut cavity with Spring Onion and Ginger whilst steaming - lays fresh Spring Onion and Ginger on the fish when removed from the steamer - then pours 3 Table Spoons of HOT OIL over the fish - and lastly 2 Table Spoons of Soy Sauce before serving.

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PostPosted: Jan 23rd, '13, 16:24 
Not bad.. not bad at all Colin.... didn't have anything big enough to steam it... so had to improvise...


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Nice work....

Might try and find myself one of those.... 8)


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Really hoped to hit 1 Kg :support:
Going to try a ColinW Special and ...
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