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Can you use seafood stock instead of fish stock?

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Seafood broth Seafood broth is maybe one of the best replacements for fish stock in any type of recipe. If you don't have fish broth you can make your own seafood broth or seafood stock. It is made just like the chicken or beef broth and it has a closer fishy taste that will go great in any fish dish.

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