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Fish Sticks, Anybody Ever Tried Them?

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sandyRoe | 14:44 Thu 09th May 2019 | Food & Drink
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Are they like a fishy equivalent of meat sausages, full of all the bits that aren't fit for anything else?

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I used to love them, I had them on my salads and in sandwiches. But when someone told what was in them, I got put off. Whether it was true or not I stopped eating them.
Fish sticks- American for fish fingers which are usually made with fish portions rather than fish bits.
I love them and eat them every week
They used to be called crab stix or seafood stix
Not in the least, they are very tasty, once they were called Crab Sticks.
//Fishsticks or fish fingers are a type of food probably invented in the United Kingdom. They are made of a whitefish like cod that is battered and breaded//
Not had them for a while. They are nice.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crab_stick
AOG, Crab sticks are a different product.
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I bought a packet of 10 in Tescos this morning. The proof of the pudding will be in the eating.
Are they pink and white sandy?
They do in fact taste very much like crab claw meat, not a bit like fish fingers.
Lovely in a sandwich with cocktail sauce and crispy lettuce.
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Pink on the outside, white inside, yes.
From Tesco's description of their fish sticks
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20 individually wrapped crab flavoured surimi sticks made with Alaska pollock //
Yes they used to be called crab or seafood stix sandy
I really like them.
Oh I'd forgotten about them, a tasty snack, will look out for them next time I'm out shopping.
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/// AOG, Crab sticks are a different product. ///

No they are not.

/// Crabsticks do not contain tripe. They contain fish. You may call them crabsticks however, like a Gold Coast con artist, they are also known by many other names. Sometimes they are called fish sticks, seafood extender and even "seafood highlighter", a name that sounds like a bizarre iridescent fish-pen. ///
AOG, they are different to fish fingers which is what I was referring to/
Handy to have in for a quick snack and very nice with mayo, chutney or various other sauces. Love them !

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