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Can you freeze raw mackerel?

Asked: Enrique Monton Peribañez, Last Updated:

Since mackerel are small fish, you can freeze them whole. To avoid the risk of food-borne illness, always thaw frozen fish in a refrigerator. ... Freeze fresh mackerel within 24 hours of purchase or capture. There are several types of mackerel fish, such as Atlantic, Blue, Chub and King.

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