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11 Tips for Cooking the Best Fish

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Use these tips and you will have the tastiest fish!

  1. The most delicious fish is freshly caught, which is still alive (and until it starts to hurt), butchered and began to cook.
  2. Fresh fish can be stored in the refrigerator freezer for up to 3 days.
  3. Salted fish is first soaked in cold water for 1 hour, then cleaned of scales, gutted and soaked again for up to 6 hours, changing the water every hour.
  4. Herring becomes more juicy if, after cutting, it is soaked in milk or tea infusion (up to 30 minutes).
  5. The unpleasant odor of mud will disappear if the fish is rinsed in a cold salt solution.
  6. To make the fish easier to clean, it is recommended to immerse it in boiling water for 20-30 seconds.
  7. The fish must be cleaned, holding by the tail, the knife must be moved from tail to head. Start cleaning from the back.
  8. If you boil scales and a swim bladder in a small amount of water, you can get jelly for aspic. To do this, put in cold water and bring to a boil very slowly over low heat.
  9. To make cleaning the fish easier, cut off the fins with scissors.
  10. Putting your fingers in salt when cleaning slippery fish will make the work easier.
  11. Scales should not be removed from small perch, ruff intended for fish soup.

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