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This is a badge bit (BB) that is part of the PEP curriculum.  Completing this BB is part of getting the sand badge in Foraging.

Fish are fun to catch.  They're also good to eat.  Youtube and/or your grandpa can probably teach you all you need to know to catch and prepare a fish.  Preparation methods vary depending on the species and where it came from.  For instance, freshwater trout are often cooked with the skin and bones attached while warmer water freshwater fish are often filleted (walleyes, panfish, pike).  Preparation techniques also vary by country/region so do whatever you want as long as the fish is treated humanely along with the people eating your dish.

To complete this BB, the minimum requirements is to catch and prepare at least one pound of fish meat
      o multiple small fish or maybe one large fish

To document your completion of the BB, provide the following:
 - A picture of the fish
 - A picture of the cleaned/gutted/filleted or otherwise ready-to-cook fish meat on a scale
 - A picture of the prepared dish

 - This is "Foraging" so the fish can't come from your aquaponics system
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