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Is frying fish in coconut oil healthy?

Asked: tom DeBlaere, Last Updated:

Benefits: Coconut oil is the healthiest option for deep frying your fish. It also has a neutral flavor that will reduce flavor transfer between batches of frying.

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    Unlike sushi or other forms of carefully prepared and inspected raw fish, biting into a whole fish can get you seriously ill, or just make you puke your guts out.

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