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How long can we keep marinated fish in fridge?

Asked: Capt. Cody Klaus, Last Updated:

Two days is a good rule of thumb to follow....How long can you marinate fish in the fridge?

ItemTypeMarinating Time
Firm FishSteaks)1 to 2 hours
Firm FishFillets30 minutes to 1 hour
Flaky FishFillets30 minutes
Feb 29, 2020

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