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Can I eat frozen mackerel raw?

Asked: Brady Mathews, Last Updated:

The short answer is No because some fish, even frozen, are unsuitable for raw consumption. Though freezing kills parasites, some of the bacteria and germs will survive, which can cause foodborne illness. The other issue is how fresh fish was when it was frozen.

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