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    A Moose in Love Guest

    Default Alaskan Wild Salmon

    This morning, there was an article in my email box containing an
    opinion on the best fish to eat. The fish in question being wild
    Alaskan salmon. The article said that it has a very good omega 3 to
    omega 6 ratio of these fatty acids. My question is, are benefits of
    these oils lost through cooking?
    Speaking of wildness, are you aware that Wyatt Earp had three ears?
    The left ear, the right ear, and the wild front ear.

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    Bryan Guest

    Default Re: Alaskan Wild Salmon

    On Mar 3, 9:38*am, A Moose in Love <parkstreetboo...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > This morning, there was an article in my email box containing an
    > opinion on the best fish to eat. *The fish in question being wild
    > Alaskan salmon. *The article said that it has a very good omega 3 to
    > omega 6 ratio of these fatty acids. *My question is, are benefits of
    > these oils lost through cooking?
    > Speaking of wildness, are you aware that Wyatt Earp had three ears?
    > The left ear, the right ear, and the wild front ear.


    You don't cook them long enough or hot enough to mess with the fats.
    You might want to avoid Omega 6 in other foods as well. I donated an
    unopened bottle of corn oil I had bought a few months ago to a food
    drive because I knew I'd never use corn oil again.

    --Bryan

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    Je▀us Guest

    Default Re: Alaskan Wild Salmon

    On Sat, 3 Mar 2012 07:38:30 -0800 (PST), A Moose in Love
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >This morning, there was an article in my email box containing an
    >opinion on the best fish to eat. The fish in question being wild
    >Alaskan salmon. The article said that it has a very good omega 3 to
    >omega 6 ratio of these fatty acids. My question is, are benefits of
    >these oils lost through cooking?


    I would think any losses are quite minimal through cooking - and being
    fish, you're not likely to cook the hell out of it anyway.

    >Speaking of wildness, are you aware that Wyatt Earp had three ears?
    >The left ear, the right ear, and the wild front ear.


    Groan...

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    Malcom \Mal\ Reynolds Guest

    Default Re: Alaskan Wild Salmon

    In article <[email protected]>,
    A Moose in Love <[email protected]> wrote:

    > This morning, there was an article in my email box containing an
    > opinion on the best fish to eat. The fish in question being wild
    > Alaskan salmon. The article said that it has a very good omega 3 to
    > omega 6 ratio of these fatty acids. My question is, are benefits of
    > these oils lost through cooking?
    > Speaking of wildness, are you aware that Wyatt Earp had three ears?
    > The left ear, the right ear, and the wild front ear.


    what results did google give you?

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    Steve Pope Guest

    Default Re: Alaskan Wild Salmon

    A Moose in Love <[email protected]> wrote:

    >This morning, there was an article in my email box containing an
    >opinion on the best fish to eat. The fish in question being wild
    >Alaskan salmon. The article said that it has a very good omega 3 to
    >omega 6 ratio of these fatty acids. My question is, are benefits of
    >these oils lost through cooking?


    Not that I know of, other than it may render off. I find that a
    large fillet of salmon does not lose its fat when grilling (skin
    side down), but if you refrigerate the leftovers fat comes off
    in gobs. This suggests to me that most of the fat has stayed
    in the fish-flesh when you eat it right after grilling.

    Steve

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