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How do you know if dried fish is spoiled?

Asked: Maverick In Motion, LLC, Last Updated:

How to know if your fish has gone bad?

  1. Look for visible signs first like mold or discoloring of the meat. If you used mason jars like I do this should be easy enough to do.
  2. Open the dried fish and look for moisture. If moisture is overabundant you will see places were the meat has swelled. ...
  3. Use your nose.

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