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    CAN YOU EAT ICE CREAM AFTER EATING FISH

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    Chiangmai
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    Most definitely.


    Benchong
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    Yes, the ice cream will cool down the tabasco on the fish.


    ole hipster
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    Don't see why not...however the two very different tastes might be offensive to your tongue not to mention your tummy!


    varon
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    If the fish that is sitting in the bottom of  your stomach does not mind the ice cream landing on its head.... I guess it should be okay.


    pythonlover
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    Yes ....if that is what you fancy.


    daren1
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    sure could probally be the best time after a hard days fishing...


    Expert
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    I do not remember ever doing that, but I guess I could if I wanted


    robertgrist
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    If you like to test food folklore you might like to check out 'ipecac tea' for those unfortunate discoveries that you may have consumed in error.


    acsa2001
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    no u will peauc



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