7 responses to “Protest Planned at Sushi Den for Serving Endangered Tuna Type”

  1. Tweets that mention Protest Planned at Sushi Den for Serving Endangered Tuna Type | Culinary Colorado -- Topsy.com

    […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Donald Reinhard, Plants & Animals. Plants & Animals said: Culinary Colorado on the #NoMoToro demo: http://bit.ly/gml5PZ 12.10.10 for #bluefin […]

  2. James Yu

    I think “toro” only refers to fatty belly of a tuna. It doesn’t have to be from the bluefin.

  3. Sean Friend

    Thanks Plants and Animals for staging this event, and thank Culinary Colorado for covering it! Here’s hoping Denver is bluefin-free soon.

  4. Kenny

    Geez you people are dumb. If your going to take the time to protest something at least know what your talking about. Toro doens’t mean bluefin, it means fatty tuna. Bluefin toro is otoro.

  5. Kenny

    Thanks for “research” backing me up here. Toro isn’t necessarily bluefin, and “youz guyz” are protesting toro. It looks quite incompetent.

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