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Do you eat skin on trout?

Asked: Brad Orcutt, Last Updated:

And provided the fish is properly sourced, fish skin is safe to eat, one of the reasons that chefs tend to shy away from some farm-raised species. ... These days, a good rule of thumb is that if your snapper, bass, trout, or salmon is plated that way, the flavorful skin is intended to be eaten.

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