Catch of the Day

Meet the Springfield, Illinois-based fish monger seeking to cultivate a taste for invasive Asian carp.

By | June 1, 2014

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June 9, 2014

This article is definitely showing a right move in the right direction. I was actually very surprised to hear a couple years ago about the Asian carp problem in the Midwest and that people are trying different ways to destroy these fish. Don’t just kill carps, eat them! Especially now when some people propose eating crickets and other insects. Carp is well-known as an edible fish not only in Asia but in Europe too.

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