[spectre] Why fillet your own fish?

John Maher johntmaher at yahoo.com
Sun Jul 26 16:39:33 CEST 2015

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 Subject: [spectre] Why fillet your own fish?

Unless you're an angler, why would you fillet your own fish? Two reasons: better quality, 
lower price. Buying whole is the best way to determine freshness and get the most from 
your purchase (the bones and scraps make great fish stock). Buy a fish with firm flesh 
that springs back when pressed; eyes should be shiny and clear; and it should smell like 
the ocean, not fish.

Kitchen Tip: Latex gloves will keep your hands from smelling fishy.



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