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Re: o/t ice fishing

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01-27-2013 05:12:41

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Don"t know much about that particular fish, but preparing it sounds a whole lot like my friend that eats oatmeal EVERY Mornng. He adds six different things to his oatmeal every morning. I asked him why and his answer: "So it don"t taste like oatmeal!"

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01-27-2013 05:31:55

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 Re: o/t ice fishing in reply to HillsOfTN, 01-27-2013 05:12:41  
That brought the desired result.....a good laugh! Gotta admit it's rather bland tasting.


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01-27-2013 05:16:13

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 Re: o/t ice fishing in reply to HillsOfTN, 01-27-2013 05:12:41  
I cant really say,but everything I looked up said the fish is delicous,but it is boney. The vinegar is supposed to dissolve all the tiny bones so you can eat a chunk of pickled fish,I will find out!

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01-27-2013 05:54:24

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 Re: o/t ice fishing in reply to Larry@stinescorners, 01-27-2013 05:16:13  
I was working for a guy years ago in Maine and one day his wife invited me to eat lunch with them. They were eating spare ribs and sauerkraut and she said she boiled the ribs for 24 hours in the kraut and the acid softened the bones so you could cut them with a spoon and eat them. They had a slightly gritty texture but weren't bad in my opinion. They were both in their 60s and had been eating this for a while so I guess it didn't do them any harm.

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