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How do you fix bitter fish stock?

Asked: Chad Hurst, Last Updated:

If you're frugal and don't want to discard the bitter broth, make a bisque to hide the flavor. Steam or simmer veggies like onions, zucchini, winter squash, or peppers. Cool them and the broth slightly.

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