chefazSharks from Pucusana. Tails/fins cut off because they fetch 50$ a piece. Meat is sold to restaurants. Skins for clothes and tools.
- trentvandalAs long as they are not fishing endangered species, I'm fine w/ this.
- still1996So interesting.
- emeryebarle@yrrebibrad told you some places do it right!
- chefbsmith@chefaz have you ever eaten dogfish???
- andresbb@polisierra esta andrew en peruuuu si lo ves pidele autografo para mi :D @leoarrig jajaaja
- childrenofperu@chefaz How do they prepare/cook these sharks?
- gavila75@chefaz clothes? I guess a shark skin suit Is really a shark skin suit ... Lol.
- xlinchEs toyo básico para hacer ceviche
- chefjgunShark fin soup! Yum :-)
- buffdaddy786How would u feel if someone sold ur tail for $50?
- patriciarominaBaby toyo is by far the best
- micks_csI miss shark ceviche
- jwbolin@paytwan that is clearly not the case in this photo, of which I was referring.
- paytwan@jwbolin yet you asked why say no to shark meat.....
- jwbolin@paytwan yet you want to analyze my words. Not everyone is so careless with how they deal with the rest of the shark, for example this case.
- paytwan@jwbolin you are the guy who says they are just like any other fish and now you are lecturing me?
- jwbolin@paytwan I have no idea how I'm "lecturing" you by telling you you're wrong in how you interpret my words. They ARE like any other fish, especially if they are caught and used properly. I agree that simply cutting off their fins is inhumane and irresponsible but going back to my original point, that is not what @chefaz is showing here.
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