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post #22 of (permalink) Old 06-13-2011, 10:18 AM
peter1955
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I made Ceviche a couple of times for no stove camping
""" As the dish is not cooked with heat, it must be prepared fresh to avoid the potential for food poisoning."""

Sounds a bit dangerous, although you could make it work if you could catch some fresh trout.

Actually it's not really dangerous. The citrus 'cooks' the fish. As long as you had reasonably fresh fish you could throw it in a baggie in the morning and have it for your first night. You could also make it with shellfish if you camp on the ocean in a suitable spot.
The author of the article is the one who raises the spectre of food poisoning, not me. Any acid will pickle the fish, but I notice that even pickled herring is kept in the fridge once opened.
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