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Does fish have to be fully cooked?

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Points to remember when cooking fish So, you can cook whole fish to preference or pink in the middle, as long as the outside is fully cooked. Products made from minced fish, such as fish cakes, must be cooked thoroughly to make them safe to eat. This is because they can contain harmful bacteria throughout.

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