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Is kingfish safe to eat?

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Kingfish produce large and thick fillets and they tend to be oily, so they are an outstanding choice for long and careful low-temperature smoking. Seasoned well, and smoked so they're not dry over orange, lemon, hickory or oak wood, king mackerel are delicious. ... Poaching fresh kingfish also is a nice method of cooking.

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