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Re: What do yo do with fish with visible parasites?
« Reply #25 on: March 11, 2011, 11:05:24 pm »
actup90 did you really eat those? !
One at a time while they were still moving.  ;)
They were crunchy and juicy!

Sorry a little shell shocked...but WHAT THE SWEET GRASS FED BEEF IS THAT?!! omg is that poo? Or oyster flesh? The crabs look cute I guess...but terrifying.
The brown, if I remember correctly came from the outside of the shells when I transferred one from another shell. 8 out of 15 had them within.  I guess it's common. Not so terrifying, really. Free crabs! Living is as raw as it gets.

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Re: What do yo do with fish with visible parasites?
« Reply #26 on: March 12, 2011, 02:00:58 am »
One at a time while they were still moving.  ;)
They were crunchy and juicy!

Far out! Serious respect for that.

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Re: What do yo do with fish with visible parasites?
« Reply #27 on: June 28, 2014, 04:10:39 pm »
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What do you do with fish with visible parasites?
« on: February 18, 2011, 04:17:48 am »
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So if you are chopping or chomping into a nice piece of raw fish, and you see some wiggly critters aka parasites, what do you do? Stop eating and discard it? Or continue eating the fish along with the parasites?

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Lovely piece of fresh raw Cod yesterday, but many Anisakis worms in it.   Very carefully removed these with their immediate surroundings and am thoroughly enjoying remainder of fish as is.   Parceled up the worms in their surroundings and put them in the ice compartment of my refrigerator.    I will examine them from time to time to see if they expire within the two weeks of freezer time recommended for their safe dispatch.   Hope you continue to eat and enjoy your raw fish, as the worms, if eaten, seek a life in fish and not man so will die and be expelled eventually.   ENJOY RAW FISH!!!

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Re: What do yo do with fish with visible parasites?
« Reply #28 on: June 29, 2014, 11:35:29 am »
So if you are chopping or chomping into a nice piece of raw fish, and you see some wiggly critters aka parasites, what do you do? Stop eating and discard it? Or continue eating the fish along with the parasites?

Really?  ???


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Re: What do yo do with fish with visible parasites?
« Reply #29 on: June 29, 2014, 11:37:24 am »
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Hope you continue to eat and enjoy your raw fish, as the worms, if eaten, seek a life in fish and not man so will die and be expelled eventually.   ENJOY RAW FISH!!!

Except no.

"Anisakiasis is a human parasitic infection of the gastrointestinal tract caused by the consumption of raw or undercooked seafood containing larvae of the nematode Anisakis simplex. "

Don't eat parasites in fish.

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Re: What do yo do with fish with visible parasites?
« Reply #30 on: June 29, 2014, 03:17:16 pm »
Except no.

"Anisakiasis is a human parasitic infection of the gastrointestinal tract caused by the consumption of raw or undercooked seafood containing larvae of the nematode Anisakis simplex. "

Don't eat parasites in fish.

  He was pointing out that the parasites do not survive long in the human digestive tract, being designed to live in fish, so that there is no need to be foolish and worry about parasites as they usually are not a long-term issue.
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Re: What do yo do with fish with visible parasites?
« Reply #31 on: June 30, 2014, 12:55:15 pm »
  He was pointing out that the parasites do not survive long in the human digestive tract, being designed to live in fish, so that there is no need to be foolish and worry about parasites as they usually are not a long-term issue.

You have zero medical knowledge and have never worked in a hospital setting and it shows. Stop making up fairy tale medicine, it's not funny.

Fish with visible parasites within the flesh are dangerous to Humans.

The Annunaki are good as gold though.


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Re: What do yo do with fish with visible parasites?
« Reply #32 on: June 30, 2014, 03:18:55 pm »
You have zero medical knowledge and have never worked in a hospital setting and it shows. Stop making up fairy tale medicine, it's not funny.

Fish with visible parasites within the flesh are dangerous to Humans.

The Annunaki are good as gold though.


It is common knowledge that many parasites are designed to only live in particular hosts so, if they enter another type of host, they routinely die after a time.  Please read up on the science before talking nonsense. As for the Annunaki nonsense, that is so unscientific it is laughable. Besides, von-Daenikenesque  b*ll like that has already been debunked many times before.
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Re: What do yo do with fish with visible parasites?
« Reply #33 on: June 30, 2014, 06:45:19 pm »
Tyler is right.
I have eaten plenty of fish with parasites, raw, for many years. Here I am, very healthy and no issues at all - yet  ;)

That said, I would not give that kind of food to others as I believe if you are weak and unhealthy parasites might hurt you. Context matters.
You need to really educate yourself. So you can know your risk. I have. The Anisakiasis parasite can live only 2 weeks in human, and they can not reproduce.

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Re: What do yo do with fish with visible parasites?
« Reply #34 on: June 30, 2014, 10:33:15 pm »
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1.   Discovered Anisakis in piece of fresh raw Cod just purchased.
2.   Extracted all Anisakis with immediate surroundings very carefully in bright sunlight.
3.   Enjoyed eating all remaining fresh Cod without further treatment, freezing, or condiments.
4.   Absolutely no discomfort, ill health, or adverse effects in days following this consumption.
5.   Parcelled Anisakis once extracted, were put in ice compartment of refrigerator at -22?C.
6.   After 24 hours, and allowing parcel to thaw out, Anisakis collateral to wage war in intestines found severely compromised.   Could not resume former posture when their position was disturbed.
Conclusions:
1.  Removing all Anisakis renders fish safe to eat.
2.  Freezing fish for at least 24 hours (7 to 14 days is recommended) should prevent any problems.
Summary:
1.   Anisakis fish best avoided by choosing tail end rather than middle cut of Cod etc.
2.   Anisakis belongs in marine fish environment and will not survive in mammals intestines including ours.
3.   Temporary discomfort can arise as they are immune to stomach acids and try to set up home.
4.   They will die and be cleared eventually through digestive tract.

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Re: What do yo do with fish with visible parasites?
« Reply #35 on: July 02, 2014, 06:09:48 am »
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After 48 hours in ice compartment at -22C, and allowing plenty of time to thaw out soft, all 9 Anisakis in my discarded portion of Cod were totally immobile and hence presumably dead and inactive.   The experiment was terminated and the sample put in trash as no further developments were expected.

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Re: What do yo do with fish with visible parasites?
« Reply #36 on: August 10, 2014, 01:05:17 am »
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Further experiment with Anisakis alongside Cod undergoing fermentation in refrigerator for five weeks found Cod tasted wonderful but adjacent Anisakis was still alive and fighting fit after five weeks at 5C to 10C no problem if you are rotting fish, he can survive inside it!

 

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