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    How to prepare and eat stingray * Warning *

    Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Gr8KarmaSF, Feb 15, 2008.

    1. Gr8KarmaSF

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      I didn't think they would be that hard to fillet/clean.
       
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      They are tough like sharks. Their skin is like leather to cut through. Often times restaurants will sell ray meat as clam or mussel.
       
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      Nah, the most common ray wing deception is to sell them as bay scallops. Texture is similar and it's easy to cut pieces in the shape of scallops.
       
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      I'm thinking the only time I've had ray meat is in stuff like fake crab and scallops.

      Not sure how it would taste actually prepared as what it is in a proper recipe.
      Anyone know?
       
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      I think Stingray would taste good..
       
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      i had stingray before, tastes kinda like shark meat. which i dont like
       
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      with cali fornia thron backs you could cut off the tail and skin it and then roll it batter then fry it like a chicken tender, dont know about the wings.
       

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