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Learn how to store your fish in order to keep them fresh longer.
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How to Store Fish
Bringing Home the Fish
Say, what you got there American cook? Those are some handsome looking fish. You’re going to cook those today? Oh, saving it for a couple of days huh? Well, you know what they say, fish and house guests stink after three days. Well, there’s not too much we can do about the guest. But the fish, well that’s another story. Why don’t you head on over by that chill chest.
Now, if I were you, I would get a couple of matching food containers, plastic, nice and big like this. Punch holes or drill them in one of the containers so that it’ll sit down--oh, that’s not enough space for draining water. You’re going to need a little bit of a gap in there. So just pile up a couple of pieces of aluminum foil, place in the bottom spacers. Put the other container on, let’s have a look. Oh yeah, that’s plenty of room for draining water.
Now let’s just load that up with some ice. Crushed ice would be best if you got it and lay in your fish. Nice, look at -- these are going to be tasty. A little more ice on top, you got it. And just cover that right up with the lid. Oh, that’s just perfect. Good.
Now, just stash that on the bottom shelf of your refrigerator. Thusly contained -- your fish will remain perfectly viable for up to two maybe even three days. But remember, fish breakdown quickly, so the sooner you cook them the better. Oh, and don’t forget to drain that water and add more ice everyday. Okay, okay.
Observe these simple tips and your fish will hit the table tasting -- uh oh, there’s that smell again. Guess you’re going to have to buy more fish.