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Invasivores Eating Intrusive Species

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asian-carp-150.jpgWisconsin chef Jimmy Wade cooks Asian carp at his restaurant, a species of fish that is threatening to overpopulate the Great Lakes. He's part of the new trend of "invasivores," in which people eat invasive species like the carp, the herb garlic mustard, or giant Louisiana rodent nutria. Some are skeptical of the "pithy and easy" solution, though, and besides, apparently "nutria tastes awful." [MJS]

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