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What does chum fish taste like?

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Chum salmon has a mild taste, is low in sodium, and is a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, niacin, vitamin B12, and selenium. Chum is graded 2-4, 4-6, 6-9, and 9 up and is readily available fresh and frozen, both H&G and fillets, but may also be canned or smoked.

FAQ

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  • Is 2 cans of tuna a week bad?

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  • Is it better to overcook fish?

    The most common mistake when cooking fish, and the worst one, really, is overcooking the fish. Fish, even “fat” fish like salmon, are lean. Overcooking protein that is that lean leaves a tough and dry product.

  • How can you tell if cooked salmon is bad?

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