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How do you fix waterlogged fish?

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So here's what you do instead: Prepare a large bowl of hot water, place the frozen fish into a resealable plastic bag, and submerge the bag in the hot water for 5 minutes. If the bagged fish starts bobbing around, use a small bowl to weigh it down.

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    Soaking fish in vinegar for any length of time will change its texture substantially and overwhelm its mild taste. Usually, 20 to 30 minutes is the longest you'll want your fish to stay in a marinade or even less if it's a thin piece.

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