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Do I need to gut mackerel?

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Mackerel tends to spoil pretty quickly, due to whatever enzymes, so not only should you gut it in advance, make sure to clean the stomach cavity well. Also important to keep it dry. Don't let the exposed flesh sit in any water, outside of salting it.

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