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How do you make salmon taste without fishy?

Asked: Carl Leger, Last Updated:

How do you cook fish without it tasting fishy? Squeeze lemon juice over the fish before cooking it. Lemon juice will neutralize those odors, but it will also leave the fish with a citrusy flavor.

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    It takes 2 years for a soft shell clam to grow to the Massachusetts minimum harvest size of 2 inches. Soft shell clams can live for 10-12 years. Some may have lived for as long as 28 years.

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