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Can you revive a dead fish by putting it in the freezer?

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Sadly, a dead fish cannot be revived. However, all is not lost if you have lifeless fillets aging somewhere in your freezer since last summer. These fish are losing their table-quality as each day passes.

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    When stored properly in the refrigerator, fresh fish should be cooked within two days, up to three at most, from the time it was purchased. Shelf life does vary from species to species, with some lasting slightly longer. Two days is a good rule of thumb to follow.

  • What to do to fish before cooking?

    Pat seafood dry before cooking. You can prevent your fish fillets from having an unpleasant mushy texture by using a paper towel to pat each one dry before cooking. Removing this moisture from the outside of the fish won't make the meat dry out. Instead, it will ensure that it has the right flaky texture when it cooks.

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