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I planted the culinary ginger flat-ways, just under the surface of the gravel. In fact, you could just see a little of the top of the root. So I think the bottom third of it got wet with every flood.

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 Post subject: Re: Wasabi
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Yep, I was actually just kidding. I read a recent story about the shortage of tuna in Japan for sushimi. Apparently they even use horse meat as a tuna substitute. At least the Tilapia is a FISH (albeit not marine)

Disgusting.

Horse Sushimi


Spam is popular sushi in Hawaii. :lol:

Unagi is freshwater eel, but is darned well cooked by the time we see it as sushi.

Can't go far wrong trying your fish as sushi; there probably won't be any parasites that would harm you, unlike wild fish.


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I was thinking of purging the the Tilapia in a separate high saline pond for say 5-7 days. I've heard this improves the taste as well as purging. I am in the planning stages for a large (100MT PA) marine finfish grow-out farm and the Kob (Mulloway) are grown at very low salinities, but near harvest they are purged at high salinities.


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LOL, i just realised that you must mean 100 metric ton, when i first looked at it i read it as 100 Mega ton............ LOL

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Yep, metric tons, 100 000 kg pa, but I am battling to get a permit, otherwise everything else is in place.


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synaptoman wrote:
I have read some older posts regarding Wasabi, and noted the preferred air temperatures. Is anyone in this forum succesfully groing Wasabi? Would you consider my climate in South Africa to be too hot for Wasabi? It can goe up to 35 deg in summer and is very humid and our lowest winter temperature where I live is about 5-6 deg . I am really keep to try it though.

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Did you find wasabi? I'm keen in horseradish- JHB area. if you know of anyone that has, drop me a line please?
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