Reports from Cuba: Offering fish at y...

Reports from Cuba: Offering fish at your door? Be careful

There are 5 comments on the Babalu Blog story from Jul 21, 2014, titled Reports from Cuba: Offering fish at your door? Be careful. In it, Babalu Blog reports that:

Many Cubans opt for the informal market instead the high prices of the products in hard currency stores.

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LA PURA VERDAD

Bucharest, Romania

#1 Jul 21, 2014
No different than Miami were fish are sold by street vendors on certain avenues right from their vans because much cheaper than supermarkets .

Thus ANOTHER full of BS Babalu blog .
Ivan

Bucharest, Romania

#2 Jul 21, 2014
My friend Liger (multi-names) from NJ often goes door to door selling his Cuba libre culo .
John Grimbaldsun

Frenchtown, NJ

#3 Jul 21, 2014
On the island there are many reservoirs and coastal areas that contaminated by discharges from industries and settlements. Fish that live in those stretched should not be used for human consumption. An example is Havana Bay, whose waters are polluted by oil, sewage and other waste discharges.

Another threat is ciguatera, a food poisoning that is endemic in the tropics caused by eating infected fish. The fish afflicted with this disease cannot be identified by smell, taste or color.

If a stranger knocks at your door offering a tempting fish filet or steak, be careful. It may not be what they say, or in the worst case, it could damage your health.
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Doc Proper

Germany

#4 Jul 21, 2014
Not everyone is a tube steak eating phgt like you .

BTW , Fish from USA can also be contaminated
John Grimbaldsun

Frenchtown, NJ

#5 Jul 21, 2014
Doc Proper wrote:
Not everyone is a tube steak eating phgt like you .
BTW , Fish from USA can also be contaminated
mojon, stop usurping respectable people's avatars, not that I care, I just want everyone to know that it is you, the mojon fullAnito, that's all!
LOL!

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