Has become the lazy mans way of achieving this goal, or the little boxes of mock sushi in Tescos (I call it mock because I dont think it has the freshness of real sushi and is just rice tuna and smoked salmon).
I’m more interested in combining this with the goal of trying something new, does anyone have any recommendations for sea food dishes? The more unsual the better.
Or places to eat in Northern Ireland or ROI or the UK which are excellent for sea food and fish? I’ve eaten at the mussel inn in Edinburgh, in the best places in Galway and the north coast already. 8 months ago
Its actually been recommended to me by a dietician and the books I’ve been reading about diets which are good for diabetes.
They all suggest that more than once weekly is a good idea, which I’m happy about.
Originally I’d thought about this as part of the traditional Christian thing of meatless fridays but now its been a health thing. 8 months ago
Will update this each week with my progress
Week 2 – poached pollock
Week 3 – shrimp fra diavolo (will count shrimp for “fish” for now)
Week 4 – FAIL I bought daurade which should be a mild fish but it was out of hand fishy stinky. The same night I’d bought salmon for my husband to have, and the fishy smells of both sent me to vegetarianism for the evening, the smells overpowered me and there was no way I could eat the fish. Will try again, going back to REALLY mild fish that I know I tolerate.
Will revisit this goal after 12 weeks 16 months ago
We don’t eat much fish at home. I am not a huge fish fan, although I like mild white fish well enough. I hate the smell of fish lingering in the house and I’ve never learned how to cook fish. We are eating in almost all the time now though, and I want my baby son to eat plenty of fish, so I’m going to need to make a change, buy it and learn to prepare it.
Goal is to eat fish at least once a week 90% of the weeks we are at home. 16 months ago