I love fish. We have a lake and fish all the time. We eat Crappie, Bass, Bluegill, pan fish, and Channel Cat, two to three times a week. I don't know how the points compare to store bought fish because I can't find points anywhere for these varieties. I do bake my fish most of the time. I use lemon and Butter Bud's for flavoring.
Edited by: FISHINGLADY66 at: 5/21/2008 (11:28)
Irene from Missouri
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I love fish, occasionally will I bake fish. Last Saturday, I had fried flounder(afternoon out with the girls/buy flowers/veggies at farmers market). I doubt I will every get my husband to eat baked fish. Crab patties-probably. Fri, planned NC coastal flounder fishing Memorial weekend trip. I know salmon is good for us.
Barbara in NC
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We all know we should eat more fish. Oily fish is rich in Omega 3s which have wide health benefits. People don't like the smell of cooked fish, but you can get round that by using canned salmon. As long as you drain off the 'juice' and dump it in the trash with the empty can, the smell doesn't linger. Get your Omega 3s by using canned salmon in your diet.
Make great tasting meals in minutes with Alaska canned salmon:
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