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What can I do with stock fish?

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Delicious Ways to Use Fish Stock: Soups, Paella and More

  1. 1 Cook up a tasty fish stew with your stock.
  2. 2 Simmer clams in fish stock for a tasty dish.
  3. 3 Poach fish in fish stock for extra flavor.
  4. 4 Shake up that clam chowder recipe with fish stock.
  5. 5 Make a spicy fish soup with your stock.

FAQ

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