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Do you bake fish on foil or parchment?

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You want to steam your fish, not drown it. If using an acidic liquid (such as lemon juice or vinegar) in your recipe, always opt to use parchment paper because the acid may react with aluminum foil. And, never substitute waxed paper for parchment!

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