A FCEC Guide to Proper Fish Preparation

Catching and eating fish used to be as simple as that: first you catch the fish then you eat it.

Well, if you’ve been following FCEC’s recommendations, depending on the fish you hook, you may very well release it back into the ocean and never take it home. But what do you do if you catch a fish that is safe for consumption?

This little video below provides some answers and shows how to correctly prepare your fish before you eat it.

After watching it, we’d love to know how you’ve been preparing your fish, so feel free to share your response with us in the comment section below.

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