Tescos in Chepstow had a fish counter last time I was in there 8 years ago , and I bought some supposedly fresh sardines , they were not fresh at all , hence never went back. I guess depletion in fish stocks in the north sea and radiation ,heavymetals etc in tuna etc has made it a dieing trade . I still buy smoked Mackrel, but would not touch most fish with a barge pole , though I cant see Mackeral is any better if I think about it . Fucked up planet aint blue any more , its poisened plastic soup planet .
Post by itinerantchild on Feb 8, 2019 18:54:37 GMT
I know of quite a few in Brittany,but I personally go down to one of the ports when I am wanting fresh fish and buy it straight from one of thre boats when they get back in from work. Much cheaper and even fresher by doing it that way ;-)
There could be just one shot at enjoying your life,enjoy it whilst you can and help others do the same :-)
Don't think fish is expensive in relation to the danger going to sea to catch it. "Fish & chips £5, bloody extortionate" Tell you what, go to sea in a trawler for 3 weeks in winter then tell me it's too dear!....