So the oil is supposedly all gone or just forced to the sea floor with the aid of Corexit  – out of sight and out of mind – the clean up crews are gone, and fisherman are back on the water, but a number of people are still not comfortable with the idea of eating seafood fished from the Gulf of Mexico.

According to a News 5 WKRG report, officials monitoring Gulf seafood are still not using a chemical test to detect Corexit – only a smell and taste test. The long term effects of Corexit are still unknown, so much so that even BP officials, during a PR stop at a Bayou La Batre, Ala., seafood resturant, ate seafood that was either imported from other areas or of pre-spill stock.



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