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    Grilled Fish

    I live in Georgia and love to fish. I'm tired of tuna so I started grilling all of the bass, catfish, and bream that I've been catching. I fillet the fish and use a light coat of fat free margarine and lemon juice along with some chives. Then wrap this in tin foil and place on the grill for about 30 min. Pasta salad goes good with this. Has anybody else tried this or know of the nutritional value?

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    The nutritional value would just be the macros of the ingredients. Grilled fish is a great food to eat while bulking or cutting as long as you don't go overboard on the sauces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Magoo
    I live in Georgia and love to fish. I'm tired of tuna so I started grilling all of the bass, catfish, and bream that I've been catching. I fillet the fish and use a light coat of fat free margarine and lemon juice along with some chives. Then wrap this in tin foil and place on the grill for about 30 min. Pasta salad goes good with this. Has anybody else tried this or know of the nutritional value?
    I love fish too - all kinds although I prefer cold water fish like salmon because of taste and EFA content. First of all, I'd toss the margarine since it has hydrogenated fats. And I also wouldn't eat the pasta with the fish since combining the fats in the fish with carbs in the pasta at the same time isn't a good idea because it increases your fat storage. Go to the following website and you can get nutritional info on just about anything in any size:

    http://www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/foodcomp/search/

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonight
    I love fish too - all kinds although I prefer cold water fish like salmon because of taste and EFA content. First of all, I'd toss the margarine since it has hydrogenated fats. And I also wouldn't eat the pasta with the fish since combining the fats in the fish with carbs in the pasta at the same time isn't a good idea because it increases your fat storage. Go to the following website and you can get nutritional info on just about anything in any size:

    http://www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/foodcomp/search/
    Unless he's eating a fat ass fish, I don't really think you'd consider grilled fish a source of fat. If that was the case, we could never eat carbs with tuna, or chicken, or beef......

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