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Thread: trichinosis laboratory analysis

  1. #31
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    Oct 2006
    I'll just keep being..

    Re: trichinosis laboratory analysis

    Fish worms don't bother me either, I caught a big halibut and folks said to cut widely around the stomach, I saved it all, there were a few worms, dead and invisible once cooked..I'm more worried about the mercury from a 60lb halibut than the worms..
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  2. #32
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    Sep 2012

    Re: trichinosis laboratory analysis

    the worms in bear and fish dont bother me but I make damn sure the wife doesnt catch on

  3. #33
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    May 2008

    Re: trichinosis laboratory analysis

    Just something to think about. But lots of moose have tapeworm cysts in there meat. Read about it . its passed on through wold shit in the grass. moose eat the grass , worm goes into there bloodstream and turns into a cyst in the muscle. Wolf kills and eats moose and the cyst turns into a worm in there gut. They shit it out and on the cycle goes . I have personally seen two moose from the peace country with these cysts in there meat.. No more rare moose steaks . lol...
    Quote Originally Posted by RackStar View Post
    Dog food, if the pooch will even eat it lol.

    No clue how you guys can enjoy bear meat knowing it could be infested with worms.

    Il stick to a moose deer elk diet

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