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How long does it take for fish to get rotten?

Asked: Pierre Dufflot, Last Updated:

Toss refrigerated raw fish 2 days after the sell-by date. If more than 1 or 2 days have passed since that date, throw the fish out. If you'd like to delay the expiration of refrigerated fish, put it in the freezer. If the fish has a use-by date rather than a sell-by date, avoid keeping the fish past that date.

FAQ

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    For a whole sack of crawfish 30-40 lbs use the entire large bag (4.5 lb ) and a 16 oz. bag of Louisiana Crawfish Shrimp & Crab Boil Seasoning and one container salt.

  • How fast do herring grow?

    Lawrence fish and that of the herring of outer Nova Scotia which grow a little faster; i. e., to between 101/4 and 113/8 inches at 5 years; between 11 and 121/2 inches at 7 years; and between 121/2 and 131/8 inches at 9 years. Bay of Fundy herring make most of their growth from May to September.

  • How do you reheat fried fish and keep it crispy?

    Steps:

    1. Preheat oven to 350°F.
    2. Place fried fish on a baking sheet or oven safe dish.
    3. Allow the fish to reheat for about 10 to 15 minutes (depending on oven).
    4. Keep checking to make sure that it is fully reheated in the center.
    5. Take out and enjoy.
    Jun 30, 2021

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