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Why do you cut out the bloodline in fish?

Asked: Niko Lianopoulos, Last Updated:

When choosing fish, a look at the blood line helps determine freshness. ... As the fish deteriorates, the blood line turns dull and brownish. While it's perfectly safe to eat, it has a strong, fishy taste, which is why recipes often recommend cutting it out.

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