African Catfish Pepper Soup (popularly known as Point & Kill) is an ultimate comfort Nigerian food that is usually eaten at exclusive Nigerian bars and restaurants. Its delicacy is irresistible to many people and is very common at social gatherings. The term "point and kill" refers to the process by which a customer selects the fish or fishes they want from a large bowl containing live catfish; the fish are then killed in the guest's presence and taken away for preparation.
Catfish is one of the most popular fish consumed worldwide, but is the fatty acid mixture in catfish healthy or harmful? Did you know that the omega-6 fatty acids found in catfish can increase your risk of blood clots, arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, and some cancers?