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Should I eat haddock?

Asked: Dave Antczak, Last Updated:

Haddock works well in any recipe that calls for whitefish. ... Haddock rates among the best fish to eat because of its high-protein, low-calorie and low-mercury content, but it ranks lower than many other fish for its heart-healthy fats.

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    Catfish may be thawed in cold water in airtight packaging or in a leak proof bag. Submerge the package in cold water, changing the water every 30 minutes to be sure it stays cold. Fillets should thaw in about an hour. Whole catfish should defrost in two to three hours.

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