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Make the Most of Your Seafood Catch

Selecting, Cooking, Freezing, and Storing

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  • JJEANFREAU
    So I am from New Orleans, and I use the log on Sparkpeople daily for nutrition..... but the only thing spark doesnt have is crawfish..... So does anyone know how many calories would be in a pound of crawfish? This buggssss me..... I wish I knew hehe
  • I love fish as well, but it can get kind of spendy, but when I do make it I tend to eat to much because I do not have it that often, I wish it wasn't so exspensive I would eat it a couple times a week.
  • I love fish but don't buy it or cook it very often (too expensive) but I will definitely be taking these tips with me next time I shop for fish. MMMmmm ^.^
  • As a Floridian, and avid fisherwoman, if the fish is fresh it won't stink up the house. Another way to retain freshness is with a vacuum sealer. We bring our "Seal-A-Meal" with us when we go to Keys so we can seal and freeze the fish we catch immediately after we filet it.
  • ty again Becky for another great informative article and well written. I hate fish and the fishy smell. Hopefully these tips will help me too eat more fish
  • I dislike smelling up the house by cooking fish. Best to cook it outside on a grill.

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