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    Quote Originally Posted by lex View Post
    Vietnam and Thailand for basa and full of antibiotics and steroids

    The Mekong clean ? according to Seafood Importers Association of Australia (SIAA) : Correct Information About Basa

    If the Mekong river commision says its not clean,

    "Of the 60 million people living in the Lower Mekong Basin (LMB), about 40% live within a 15-km corridor along the Mekong River, most within 5 km of the mainstream. Without a doubt, the river acts as the region's highway and provides access to trade, food security and livelihoods.

    Riverine communities are experiencing a period of rapid change, as the Lower Mekong Basin makes a competitive presence on regional and global markets. However, millions still live without basic amenities such as clean drinking water and electricity."

    If its not fit to drink, what makes fish caught or grown in it safe ?
    People Mekong River Commission

    The Mekong river: Lies, dams and statistics | The Economist

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    Interesting. The stuff I bought the other day had a 'product of western Australia' tag.
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    Just stick to the Aussie fillets, wild caught delights!

    I don't believe everything I read about Basa, still a good fish to crumb


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    Quote Originally Posted by kaz View Post
    Just stick to the Aussie fillets, wild caught delights!

    I don't believe everything I read about Basa, still a good fish to crumb
    and free roids/antibiotics


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    Quote Originally Posted by kaz View Post
    Just stick to the Aussie fillets, wild caught delights!

    I don't believe everything I read about Basa, still a good fish to crumb
    Then you have the problem with eating wild caught fish decimating our wild stocks of fish.


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    Theres no taste in that shit fish anyway. I much rather down me a big slab of salmon anyday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungman View Post
    Theres no taste in that shit fish anyway. I much rather down me a big slab of salmon anyday.
    Not many would argue with that.

    Difference is basa is around $8kg and salmon is about $30kg.

    Eating salmon can get expensive quick.


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    eating basa is safer than escola

    Use Caution When Eating Escolar | The Kitchn


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    Quote Originally Posted by lex View Post
    Vietnam and Thailand for basa and full of antibiotics and steroids

    The Mekong clean ? according to Seafood Importers Association of Australia (SIAA) : Correct Information About Basa

    If the Mekong river commision says its not clean,

    "Of the 60 million people living in the Lower Mekong Basin (LMB), about 40% live within a 15-km corridor along the Mekong River, most within 5 km of the mainstream. Without a doubt, the river acts as the region's highway and provides access to trade, food security and livelihoods.

    Riverine communities are experiencing a period of rapid change, as the Lower Mekong Basin makes a competitive presence on regional and global markets. However, millions still live without basic amenities such as clean drinking water and electricity."

    If its not fit to drink, what makes fish caught or grown in it safe ?
    People Mekong River Commission

    The Mekong river: Lies, dams and statistics | The Economist

    water quality map of the mekong (last updated in 2008)
    Water Quality Monitoring Map

    A mate was living there for a couple of years.... He won't touch basa...

    He has seen what goes in the water... Bunch of filthy farkas... Nearly as bad as the Indonesians...

    Then again... Each to their own...


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    Dont gulp down everything they feed you. Sufficient research on this topic will shed the correct shade of light. Its all a propagand backed by the local fishing industries to discourage people from eating imported fish. The video thats gone viral on the net is not relavant, since its merely a video showing a local fishing industry, and they have cleverly omitted the source of imported basa fillets, which meets the hygiene standards. And besides, these fillets have been tested for impurities by FDA and Australian governing bodies in charge of these matters, and they couldnt find any reason to discourage people from consuming them.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Christian View Post
    You dont want to know hald the shit i will tell you not to eat

    i.e all your beef and chickens here unless organic have antibiotics and hormones... Beef is castraed then pumped full of oestrogen... Remember hormones are fat soluble so you eat the meat or drink the milk the hormones are in the fat.

    Since majority of westernised countries main forms of cancer are hormone related i.e prostate and breat. It doesnt take much to put 2 and 2 together...

    Thanks for the heads up on the fish
    It's fucked up. Salmon is usually pellet fed. Everything Woolies taste like shit.


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