At the bottom of the NYTIMES website this morning, despite being overshadowed by other big news today, an article caught my eye. The NYTIMES has an article going over Tilapia fish farming in Honduras, and goes over health benefits and the potential detrimental effects on health (from farm-raised tilapia) and environmental effects. Link to the article: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/02/science/earth/02tilapia.html?hp I'll probably never eat Tilapia from a typical market. I'm not a big fish eater, but if I was to buy tilapia for eating I'd either contact Steve D) about sending over a couple 3ft emperor cichlid fillets or get organic (or wildcaught) tilapia fillets from Whole Foods...just my opinion. Corn is just about the worst food to feed in bulk to any food-animal, and the fact that the article mentions that the farm-tilapia feed is about equivalent to a low-grade cheap poultry feed is quite disturbing to me.