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Does overcooked shrimp taste fishy?

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Like other raw meat, the safest way to thaw shrimp is to leave it in the refrigerator overnight. But if you do have the opportunity to buy fresh shrimp, use your nose to tell if shrimp are still good. Shrimp and other seafood should not smell fishy if they're fresh. If your shrimp smells fishy, you should toss them.

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