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huta tas snanar

Started by taxxara, August 13, 2010, 14:12:47 CET

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taxxara

aw xi hadd jaf kif tista isajjar huta tas-snanar? nixtieq nipruvaha imma mandix aptit namel xi gima lisptar jew anke aghar.. jejdu li velenuza.

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caldaland

din xi minfah (pufferfish} jaqaw?

clutch_kick

if it is a puffer fish you won't be going to hospital, but straight to the grave. Goodluck.
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jean

Clutch you mean its totally poisonous???  ???  :o anyone has any pictures or something?

MartinB

Quote from: jean on August 14, 2010, 01:41:12 CET
Clutch you mean its totally poisonous???  ???  :o anyone has any pictures or something?
TOTALLY! They produce a chemical 1200 times more deadly poisonous than cyanide! Although why anyone would even slightly entertain the notion of eating a fish (or any other animal for that matter!)  without knowing what exactly what it is,is way beyond me....i mean its just plain asking for trouble right????....
http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/fish/pufferfish.html




twoutes

Quote from: taxxara on August 13, 2010, 14:12:47 CET
aw xi hadd jaf kif tista isajjar huta tas-snanar? nixtieq nipruvaha imma mandix aptit namel xi gima lisptar jew anke aghar.. jejdu li velenuza.

Intrested to know more about this fish you mentioned.
The only one that comes to my mind is a 'skorfna' scorpion fish.
My grandmother use to make the best soup with their heads. But watch out for their spikes!

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MartinB

With scorpion fishes it depends on the individual as the reaction to the sting can differ,but usually its extremely painful but not deadly.
What you need to do is put some hot liquid on the sting as soon as possible (straight away if you can) as the heat breaks down the poison's active ingredient..which is probably why its manly cooked in soup,it deactivates the poison,apart from the fact it does make an awesome soup..Well the french provencal chefs consider it a must for Bouillabaisse soup,and lets face it who would argue with the french (or itailians) about food!!!  ;D

SPITEC

I think it's a puffer fish.
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ken82

from what i know the japs eat it but they have a special way to cut it and still many persons are known to die from its poison.

shanook

I am sure we dont have puffer fish in Malta ........................DUH

MartinB


busumark

in the east coast there are quite a few

alfadelta

they are more often found in Gozo area Shannok
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