To eat or to look at?
In aquariums I like those ones that attach themselves to the tank with the big sucky lips.
In a restaurant, I like pretty much anything.
Salmon, trout but my favorite is smoked herring. But almost impossible to get in California so been a long time.
Are people actually saying that they eat goldfish here? Or that they enjoy keeping them as pets?
And, can you eat goldfish? And do they taste nice?
Goldfish are a type of carp, so I'm sure they're just as un-tasty as the carp in the wild -- which, around here, we use quite frequently for garden fertilizer.
In an aquarium -- ooh, that's a tough one! I'm a bona fide, certified fish nut, and have bred hundreds of different fish species and loved them all. Got to love the goldies too, especially ryukins and pearlscales, but also a huge fan of gouramis, endlers, and several different types of cichlids. That's leaving out too many...can I just have them all?
I love tropical fish, but particularly neon tetras, because the tank light catches their colours and they seem to glow.
Mine are rather pot-bellied at the moment - maybe there will be some 'glow-ettes' soon
Flounder, grouper, and shark to eat.
In aquariums, I like any colorful fish.
any fish as long as you can eat them. Our staple foods when I was growing up are fish and rice, we live eating seafoods, LOL
for aquarium - goldfishes and arowana
I like all fish as long as it comes in a tray with chips and peas and plenty of vinegar.
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