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Here's some good info from Oregon Vet Med Association that lets you know what types of fish can be infected with salmon poisoning.
The very last line says to either cook the fish thoroughly or freeze it for a minimum of 2 weeks.
When I did the Beginner's Guide To Prey Model Raw, I included a section called "Can I Feed."
One of the fish problems I found was Scrombroid Fish Poisoning.
"Scrombroid Fish Poisoning is caused by histamine contamination, occurs within a few hours of eating and resembles an allergic reaction.
It only occurs in members of the Scrombridae fish family which includes tuna, mackerel, skipjack, bonito, mahi mahi, bluefish, marlin, and escolar."
It is caused by improper refrigeration and can occur in raw, cooked or canned fish in this family.
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