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How can I make old salmon taste better?

Asked: Andre Charron, Last Updated:

Soak your filet in milk for 20 minutes, then pat dry and cook as you normally would for the recipe you prefer. The odor will be gone from the fish you're cooking, and the flesh of the fish will taste fresher as well.

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