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Can you leave raw fish uncovered in the fridge?

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To avoid that, Link suggests you pull out your fish fillets one hour before cooking, stick them on a plate skin side up (no seasoning yet), and let them sit uncovered in the fridge. This will give the excess moisture time to evaporate from the skin so it ends up perfectly crispy when it's cooked.

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