Who loves to eat seafoods?
December 9, 2006 9:59am CST
definitely i love it, especially my favorites shrimps and crabs. Very delicious. I dont now what's in this food that makes me crave all i know that i love it so much. I mean i like almost any kind as long as it is seafoods but crabs,lobster and shrimp differs. How about you do you like it too? What seafoods do you like to eat?
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2 Feb 07
I love to eat seafoods like crabs and oysters. We are near Roxas,City the seafood capital of the Philippines and when I go there you will see a lot of seafoods being sold freshly. You can even see sea urchins and other seafoods being cooked, and the taste was very good since it comes straight from the harvest.
2 Feb 07
By the way sea urchins can be eaten as well and usually they cook it by getting the shells meat and also there are fresh Lobsters that can be bought as well.Roxas city has a lot of seafoods and if you will see the place many people are selling it and it was very cheap.
8 Feb 07
i love seafoods too... i love shrimps and crabs too... i can't get enough of them. but a couple of years ago, i got sick while eating a lot of shrimps and had to be rush to the hospital... i couldn't breathe and i had major allergy all over my body. i had to stop eating seafoods for a year. but i'm totally ok now and so happy that i could eat them again...
19 Jan 07
my favorite among seafoods is squid especially calamares. i prefer eating seafoods over meat products. i also like eating fried fish like tilapia, bangus, galunggong. i also eat dried fish like tuyo and daing. these are good to eat combined with a hot coffee or hot tea.
• United States
13 Jan 07
I love seafood except crab meat it taste like poison to me for some odd reason. However, I will eat that imitaiton plastic crab meat. What is up with that? I lived in Florida for many years and ate seafood all the time. Now that I live in Northern Mississippi the seafood here is not the same at all! When I have a chance I run down to the coast and get the real stuff. I could eat oysters, scallops, and shrimp until I pop or throw - up! I don't eat much lobster, it just isn't good around here. I had some real lobster while in Maine and have never tasted anything better.
11 Jan 07
Hmmmm...Yummy! I love all kinds of seafoods...Shrimps, Crabs, Squids.....I jsut love them....Its really great that I live in a place wherein eating this type of food is simply achievable...I can eat them everyday...And I cant seem to get enough....
21 Apr 07
everything. i love seafoods. in our family, my sister and i are the only ones who eat seafoods because my other siblings are allergic in it. a pity!. anyway, when my mom do grocery, she'd buy lots of seafoods especially shrimps because they are our favorite and when its cooked and ready, we have all those seafoods to ourselves. talk about gluttony! anyway, i love them. they're delicious. my favorite is shrimp but i would like to eat more lobster because i never got the chance to eat them nowadays, cause they are so expensive. sigh.
• United States
20 Apr 07
I like a lot of seafoods. I used to be really picky but I've been better about trying new things to discover that they are really good. I love crab legs despite the fact that they are so much work. Lobster is really good too. I also really enjoy tilapia, salmon, tuna, catfish, and trout. And a lot of fish really depends on the way you cook it too.
6 Feb 07
i like most kind of seafoods,how delicious they are.catch them and eat before they run extinct and you never get them back again.no am just joking lol,i think our only option right now is farm fishing,its more good for the environment,and also they are not polluted,just need people to do something about environment/wild fishing.
• United States
29 Jan 07
A 31/2-ounce serving of the following fish provides at least 700 milligrams (0.7 gram) of omega-3 fatty acids important to relieve arthritis: Anchovies* Bass, striped Bluefish Herring* Mackerel* Sablefish* Salmon Sardines* Shark Trout, brook Trout, lake* Tuna, white *These contain double the omega-3s, or at least 1.4 grams. In general, the darker the flesh, the fattier the fish and the more omega-3s it contains.