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Old 11-11-2012, 08:30 PM   #11
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No you can't, if they have been in an aquarium the chemicals used make it toxic to humans, most water conditioners defenatly are they even have it on the bottle.
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Sorry forgetting as I don't use water conditioners. I do wonder about toxicity of them. The fish are ok but in any case they aren't foodsafe.
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I would personally never eat a fish, wether it be farmed or wild caught or an aquarium fish. You just don't know what's in their system. But thats me
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You can take the claws off, might as well just blind him too
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I would personally never eat a fish, wether it be farmed or wild caught or an aquarium fish. You just don't know what's in their system. But thats me
I wouldn't consider it any more dangerous than most of the meat, fruit and veg found in a grocery store.
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I know that they have to freeze fish used in sushi to kill parasites. Supposedly freshwater fish have more parasites than salt. Cooking destroys them all though and seafood tastes awesome.
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I wouldn't consider it any more dangerous than most of the meat, fruit and veg found in a grocery store.
True, that
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