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What is the mildest tasting salmon?

Asked: Dan Canada, Last Updated:

Coho (Silver) Its medium fat content gives it a mild, subtle flavor that is less in-your-face. While they can get up to 23 or 24 pounds in size, Cohos tend to be smaller, making them a great pick for cooking whole.

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    Algae removers have been used without killing any fish, and have been known to wipe out tanks of fish. These products are unquestionably toxic, and while fish are supposed to tolerate it not all of them do. The margin of of error in its use can be small between safe and harmful.

  • What oil is best for frying catfish?

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    • Pour oil about 2 inches deep in your skillet if you're using one.

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