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(Popular Science)   How going surf over turf can lead to a smaller greenhouse gas footprint and better nutrition in a rare (and delicious) STEM/Food tab crossover   (popsci.com) divider line
    More: Spiffy, Fish, Overfishing, Greenhouse gas, Pelagic fish, fish stocks, Global meat production, production of animal-based foods, food production  
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749 clicks; posted to Food » and STEM » on 01 Oct 2022 at 1:26 PM (18 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-10-01 5:36:26 PM  
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Chemlight Battery: cryinoutloud: Hey, now they can raise salmon in Iowa now.  I saw it on TV.  Someone was getting a lot of money to grow salmon in a corn field.

Where can I buy salmon seeds?


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At asian fish markets, for one.
 
2022-10-01 5:29:43 PM  
6 votes:

cryinoutloud: Hey, now they can raise salmon in Iowa now.  I saw it on TV.  Someone was getting a lot of money to grow salmon in a corn field.


Where can I buy salmon seeds?
 
2022-10-01 2:11:04 PM  
3 votes:
No thanks. I've seen what we dump in that water.
Are most fish even safe to eat these days? Probably safer to crack open a mercury thermometer and suck that back instead.
 
2022-10-01 2:41:03 PM  
3 votes:
I bet Claire has a tartar sauce recipe on speed dial.
 
2022-10-01 5:51:57 PM  
3 votes:

leeksfromchichis: Chemlight Battery: cryinoutloud: Hey, now they can raise salmon in Iowa now.  I saw it on TV.  Someone was getting a lot of money to grow salmon in a corn field.

Where can I buy salmon seeds?

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At asian fish markets, for one.


Or at a bait shop
 
2022-10-01 1:39:47 PM  
1 vote:
Y'all eating bugs.
 
2022-10-01 11:52:44 PM  
1 vote:

Marksrevenge: SumoJeb: No thanks. I've seen what we dump in that water.
Are most fish even safe to eat these days? Probably safer to crack open a mercury thermometer and suck that back instead.

Lots of commonly enjoyed fish are really low in mercury. Scallops, trout, lobster, catfish, shrimp, tilapia, salmon, crab, haddock, etc. Fish that eat bugs and plants and krill and algae (and ones that eat small fish that subsist on that stuff) aren't a threat. You just need to limit your portions of stuff like tuna, swordfish, grouper. Big long-lived predator fish that accumulate all the mercury from their food, their food's food, their food's food's food, and so on down the line.

Plus, mercury isn't everything. Red meat contributes to cancer, heart disease, etc. And if you're not planning to live 700 years, eating scallops and salmon on the regular won't poison you with mercury.


Some have more lead than others
https://www.tmz.com/2022/10/01/pro-fishing-champs-cheating-scandal-stuffed-walleye-weights/
 
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