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    Thanks for sharing. Now I'm hungry, lol
    "This is grain, which any fool can eat, but for which the Lord intended a more divine means of consumption.. Beer!" -Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves, Friar Tuck

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    Oh, no!! Even the Okinawans have gone over to the styro-trays!!!! So what did you score?

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    Some shrimp, local tai & maguro for sashimi, and some dried little fish that are good with beer.
    Shell scallops looked great, but didn't get any. Bad decision, regretted later.
    They had whole buri too. Fresh as can be. About $70 per fish.
    Yeah..styro is everywhere. Better living through chemistry, right?
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    Looks amazing , thank you for sharing, huge collection for sushi and sashimi too

    Here is some from my home town Alexandria from my last visit.












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    Wow. Beautiful pictures! Look at them stiff fish!

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    Nice pics!

    I was at Tsukiji for six hours on Friday. I should have pics of tuna bocho in action, and many more.

    As soon as i get back to the US, I'll try and upload them here.
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    videos!

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    Piscatoral extravaganza!
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    I wish that I had a picture of the "lobster truck" fom Islan Mujeres. This guy has multiple tanks on the back of a flatbead and he goes around picking up the big spiny lobster from the local fisherman in pangas to sell to the fancy restaurants on the island and over in Cancun. That, and a typical April day's haul of blackfin tuna, dolphin and wahoo for one of the big sport boats would make your head spin.

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