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Jewish Recipes --> Recipes --> Fish  --> Tips for Buying Fresh Whole Fish

Tips for Buying Fresh Whole Fish:
  • Full, clear, bright eyes
  • Bright red or pink, clean gills.
  • Fresh, mild odor.
  • Shiny, brightly colored skin with tightly adhering scales.
  • Firm flesh, elastic to the touch, clinging tightly to the bones.
  • Proper display: on ice tables or in refrigerated units at 1-2 degrees Celsius (34-36 degrees Fahrenheit).

Purchase fish from a reliable kosher fish store, or only fish with skin on that they can personally identify.

The FDA warns that species substitution is a serious problem even from their perspective.

Fish Featuring:

Gefilte Fish

Kosher Fish

Passover Fish

Salmon

Seafood

 

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