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Why does my salmon taste rubbery?

Asked: Lubowski Lures, Last Updated:

If your fish feels dense or rubbery, it isn't cooked properly. Check to see if your salmon is opaque. To make sure your salmon is fully cooked, cut into it at its thickest point and inspect its color. Fully cooked fish should be opaque.

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