You can make zucchini noodles just by cutting it really finely with your knife, or a mandolin, but I have one of those spiraliser thingy's I think I got it from House, or one of those kitchen shops.
I think the fish from the supermarket is a bit gross, I would try somewhere that just sells fresh fish, like a fish market. Not sure where you are, but there are a couple of places in Brisbane I could recommend. Most fish you can just pan fry with a little salt and pepper, no crumbs needed.
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29-08-2015 19:39 #12
The kids may still want their fish with a little crumb on it - even DS1 loved it like that so I might give them that whilst DH and I experiment with the fish and some different flavours - I'll have to write them down and try a different one each week.
29-08-2015 19:40 #13
yeah the seafood deli counter at Coles is rank. I've never wanted to buy seafood from there. ever.
if you're in Melbourne, south Melb markets have a couple of fantastic fish mongers and conways fresh fish in footscray is marvelous also.
29-08-2015 19:43 #14
29-08-2015 19:45 #15
Not utd...or at least I shouldn't be ever again. DH has been fixed and I've been put out to pasture. This is probably the reason why we haven't eaten much fish in the last several years as I've been pregnant and didn't know what was safe.
Last edited by Little Ted; 29-08-2015 at 19:47.
29-08-2015 19:46 #16
here's a list of fish that are low in Mercury. I'd probably work my way through the list and find out what's least fishy and what suits your family's palate the best.
actually i might start doing this myself 😂
29-08-2015 19:50 #17
29-08-2015 19:52 #18
Thank you - very helpful. Sounds like a plan.
29-08-2015 19:58 #19
Does anyone eat salmon? If so, what sort and what do you do with it? I've only eaten it once and it wasn't great...actually...twice, and I dumped the rest onto DH's plate
29-08-2015 19:59 #20
I love my salmon rare (if cooked) and raw (if sashimi). as I'm utd neither is an option. salmon teriyaki (as in Japanese dish) is yummy.
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