What are you eating just now?

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I shall post hospital food again if people are interested.

Watching this video - some cool ideas. Gonna make some when I get out of here
 

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Because of the damage caused by the virus - my doctor said I really should consider adding fish and chicken to my diet. Especially fish.
Tonight I ate my first piece of fish in more than 30 years. It tasted ok but I think I made the wrong choice. I had crumbed kingklip. My mom fried it and it was much too rich. Luckily you can pull the crumbs off and leave them.

Which fish should I eat that tastes good but not oily? It would have to be on the Green list only
 

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Because of the damage caused by the virus - my doctor said I really should consider adding fish and chicken to my diet. Especially fish.
Tonight I ate my first piece of fish in more than 30 years. It tasted ok but I think I made the wrong choice. I had crumbed kingklip. My mom fried it and it was much too rich. Luckily you can pull the crumbs off and leave them.

Which fish should I eat that tastes good but not oily? It would have to be on the Green list only
Jeez, tough being a vegie and the doc tells you to change. Kingklip is quite low in flavour. If that was too much then try hake, that is practically flavourless. But the boxed crumbed fish are flavoured. So get it without a coating.
 

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Jeez, tough being a vegie and the doc tells you to change. Kingklip is quite low in flavour. If that was too much then try hake, that is practically flavourless. But the boxed crumbed fish are flavoured. So get it without a coating.
I don't mind flavour - I meant frying it made it really rich / oily. So would prefer steamed I think. Or grilled.
 

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Because of the damage caused by the virus - my doctor said I really should consider adding fish and chicken to my diet. Especially fish.
Tonight I ate my first piece of fish in more than 30 years. It tasted ok but I think I made the wrong choice. I had crumbed kingklip. My mom fried it and it was much too rich. Luckily you can pull the crumbs off and leave them.

Which fish should I eat that tastes good but not oily? It would have to be on the Green list only
Buy fresh fish and cook it yourself.

Omega 3 fish oil supplements = no eating required.

Edit:
I would seek out the advice of a vegetarian (friendly) doctor.
 
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Because of the damage caused by the virus - my doctor said I really should consider adding fish and chicken to my diet. Especially fish.
Tonight I ate my first piece of fish in more than 30 years. It tasted ok but I think I made the wrong choice. I had crumbed kingklip. My mom fried it and it was much too rich. Luckily you can pull the crumbs off and leave them.

Which fish should I eat that tastes good but not oily? It would have to be on the Green list only
I like tinned tuna and pilchards.

You can get ostrich burgers and fillets from Woolworths.
 

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Buy fresh fish and cook it yourself.

Omega 3 fish oil supplements = no eating required.

Edit:
I would seek out the advice of a vegetarian (friendly) doctor.
Ok I watched The Game Changers - and now am back to being happy being a vegetarian. But really just going to eat well and not worry too much about what. I will have the occasional fish or chicken but probably not when I am cooking.
 

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Ooh found it, seems my housemate has better google-fu than me. Peartree in Village Square has it. Guess where I’m going Friday evening…
 
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