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Do you gut a fish before cooking it whole?

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After scaling and gutting your fish, you can throw the whole thing on the grill or in the oven. If you prefer to fry or roast a couple of slabs o' meat, you might consider filleting your fish. Some folks fillet fish without gutting them, but beginners would be wise to gut their fish first.

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