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See. Here's a good example.

Post# 17 Breakdown
  1. Nutz 4 Benz mentions eating opihi.
  2. Since Nutz is a highly respected BW moderator, I thought anyone who did not know what opihi was would Google it.
  3. By doing so, one would discover it is a Hawaiian Limpet.
  4. There was a movie titled "The Incredible Mr. Limpet".
  5. The movie starred Don Knotts who, in the movie, becomes a Limpet.
  6. Knotts sounds very similar to Nutz and has a similar spelling pattern as well.
  7. Knotts 4 Benz is a play on Nutz' screen name, humorously (one would hope), suggesting that Nutz might be devouring Don Knotts to satisfy his hunger cravings.
Ahhh, I get it now. Can you break down the "now it's personal" thread for me?

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Can you break down a break down on your break? Perhaps go down while you take a break or just take a break whilst going down.
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I like sardines. Mustard sauce, tomato sauce, and with chili's are my favorite.

I also love pickled herring.

Sometimes (in the winter) I scoop oysters and open them with a screwdriver and eat them while working. Crackers, sardines, and oysters. Mmmm-mmm!

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I know many guys who are just nuts about a nice fresh plate of thinly sliced raw fish .. a little scallion ... a drop of sesame oil .. a touch of wasabi... a little soy...

But very little thought is given to swallowing the "Li'l Critters" that some of them are packing or that they may not die after you've swallowed them.

We caught some very nice flounder and one of the guys said... "Sushi time"... and motioned me to the box.

Ok! I took one and did an extra special job of making beautiful cuts and layed out the pieces on a plate. Seeing that the fish was still wiggling when I cut him the meat wasn't cold so I placed it in the refrigerator for about 45 minutes to cool down.

During that time liquid drained from the meat and with it tiny parasites that were visable to the human eye in the liquid.

Bottom feeders and reef fish seem to all be carting critters around with them.

Oh! The guy who asked for the sushi?... Well! He's sworn off fish unless it's cooked.

Here's a site to take a look at!

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I like sardines. Mustard sauce, tomato sauce, and with chili's are my favorite.

I also love pickled herring.

Sometimes (in the winter) I scoop oysters and open them with a screwdriver and eat them while working. Crackers, sardines, and oysters. Mmmm-mmm!
Crackers, you better believe it

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I know many guys who are just nuts about a nice fresh plate of thinly sliced raw fish .. a little scallion ... a drop of sesame oil .. a touch of wasabi... a little soy...

But very little thought is given to swallowing the "Li'l Critters" that some of them are packing or that they may not die after you've swallowed them.

We caught some very nice flounder and one of the guys said... "Sushi time"... and motioned me to the box.

Ok! I took one and did an extra special job of making beautiful cuts and layed out the pieces on a plate. Seeing that the fish was still wiggling when I cut him the meat wasn't cold so I placed it in the refrigerator for about 45 minutes to cool down.

During that time liquid drained from the meat and with it tiny parasites that were visable to the human eye in the liquid.

Bottom feeders and reef fish seem to all be carting critters around with them.

Oh! The guy who asked for the sushi?... Well! He's sworn off fish unless it's cooked.

Here's a site to take a look at!

Fish Parasites
No surprises there -- killing parasites and bacteria and protozoans is why humanity cooks food. Taste is incidental.

Some things one must never eat raw -- any wild game for example. Any creature or plant harvested from a populated estuary are other examples.

Some are less dangerous than others. Pelagic fish are pretty safe. Estuarine creatures are not. Winter harvested inshore fish & shellfish are safer than summer harvested. I don't eat raw oysters when the surface water temp gets above 70F.

Place your bets and take your chances.

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Is there a possibility of shugging one of them live creature and it coming out as moving poop?
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Is there a possibility of shugging one of them live creature and it coming out as moving poop?
For example, enteric parasites.

Sure. But probably not the same exact one. On their journey they lodge in the digestive track and reproduce almost continuously. Very few are a danger to healthy adult humans. Unhealthy adults and kids can get compromised.

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