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1GROVES2 Posts: 10,391
1/29/13 11:22 A

Have checked the SP recipes? I hate fish (and any shellfish,too)....if you don`t like it, don`t eatit! The SP recipes are only using fish if you want a fish recipe....look up others, pork, chicken or beef...they have healthy recipes for them.

RIET69 SparkPoints: (47,087)
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1/17/13 2:30 P

There are so many ingredients you can substitute for fish. Many people don't eat fish either because they don't like it or because they are vegetarian or vegan. You can get the nutrients in other ways.

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1/17/13 8:17 A

Fish in any form is definitely off my list of ingredients too. I like any other meat except lamb chops: YUCK. If you don't want fish in the recipe, substitute a meat you do like. Or, find recipes that feature other meats. I think it is fun to revamp recipes.

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1/8/13 9:56 P

Chicken, ground turkey, pork chops, lean beef, eggs, yogurt, nuts.

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1/8/13 11:36 A

I don't like fish either unless its battered and deep fried ( which I allow myself as a treat about every two months) . So is it fish or any seafood you don't like? Imitation crablegs aren't bad as a substitute for tuna in a cassarole reciepe or in a stirfry. You could place shelled shrimp or scallops and cubed veggies and pineapple on a metal skewer and place it under a broiler turning once (baste with the pineapple juice to keep moist) making sure to use a oven mitt to take them off the broiler pan. By the way, if you purchase fresh fish/seafood form the seafood counter, it should Not smell to fishy! If it does its been around a while.

SNOOPY1960 Posts: 1,687
1/5/13 9:21 P

Have you tried shrimp or scallops ??? They are not "fishy" tasting.

YOJULEZ SparkPoints: (15,981)
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1/5/13 7:27 P

I don't like fish either except for the really expensive high quality stuff like halibut or bass. I think I've cooked it 2 times since May, mainly because my BF likes it. There's plenty of other things you can eat, chicken, pork, turkey, or even do meatless meals.

Edited by: YOJULEZ at: 1/5/2013 (19:27)
CPARKER35 Posts: 1
1/4/13 6:53 P

I am new at this eating healthy thing, but I have a problem, I do not like fish!! Most of the recipes that I see include fish. Also, I am a very picky eater so it is hard for me to try new things. Does anyone have any suggestions?

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