Can You Refreeze Fish?

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Fish can be successfully refrozen if it has been handled properly. Once food is thawed in the refrigerator, you can refreeze it without cooking, though there might be a loss of quality because of the lost moisture through thawing.
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1. Select a fish that is higher in fat such as farmed salmon. Farmed salmon has a higher fat content and will hold up better to refreezing. Make sure the fish is brought to room temperature
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Freezer burn! When you thow it out and attempt to re freeze put ice over the fish and then apply to freezer! Ps I own a restraunt and this is what we do it always works! :
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Never freeze fish longer than 6 months. After that, you will notice a
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Because of bacteria, but also because it kind of falls apart, when you try and thaw it out again, and it doesn't taste good.
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