Re: [FH] Re: Weight loss
- What I meant by "tasting bad" is in reference to my girl Pepper who really
doesn't like stuff that's fishy. To her, the salmon oil tastes bad just
because it's fish. I've found that cold temps kill the taste.
I know it should always be refrigerated. I added that for the people on the
list who don't know.
But thank you for following up on those points. It's always good to
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, June 02, 2006 6:56 PM
Subject: [FH] Re: Weight loss
> Fish oil should not taste bad. If it has a bitter taste, or a bad feel
> the tongue, it's rancid and should not be used. Rancid oil will do
> instead of helping.
> Fish oil should always be in the frig! In fact, I won't buy it at a
> if it's not refrigerated in the store. Whole Foods and places like that
> a cooler for fish oil, flaxseed oil, etc.
> I taste the fish oil pretty often to make sure it's not getting rancid.
> yucky, sticky feeling on the tongue and it's in the trash.
> In a message dated 6/2/2006 5:41:50 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> The bottles are big and a bit difficult to use. I pour a bit into an
> baby food jar. It's easy to fill the syringe from that, plus you have a
> so it doesn't pick up smells in the fridge. (Keep it refrigerated - it
> lasts longer & doesn't taste quite as bad.)