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Wild Cooking – Tropical Fish (Tropical Island Part 8 of 14)

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In this video I cook up some tropical fish from the Abudefduf genus. Sometimes tropical fish can be contaminated with ciguatera. On my island the fish was fine and I only ate it after I saw some locals eating it too. Please always enquire at locals when fishing in the tropics.

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Wild Cooking – Tropical Fish

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11 thoughts on “Wild Cooking – Tropical Fish (Tropical Island Part 8 of 14)

  1. Just chilling on the beach and cooking up some fish. Unfortunately I lost the footage how I got the fish with hook and line. Folding stove used in this video: Thanks for watching 🙂

    1. Hey Survival Lilly, Always nice to see you in a tropical island setting. Love your catch and cook videos. The fried fish looks delicious. You’re the best. Thanks for sharing.

    2. Dagr Hávarðr I may not have put it quite like that but I do agree, it does seem like this is more a vlog than anything to gain knowledge.

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