Mike

Tog House 2019

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5 hours ago, Fly By Nite said:

Get a bunch of these to keep your flays and let them drip dry.  Bag and freeze when you get home.  

https://www.eastcoastseafood.com/products/item/usa-fresh-sea-scallops-cheese-cloth-bag

I couldnt agree with this more. I like the polypropylene feed sacks for this, a mountain of fillets left in this bag on shaved ice for 2 days is perfectly dry when vacuum packing.

 

22 x 36 Polypropylene Bag

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10 mins ago, Fly By Nite said:

Scaling saves your cutting edge and you don't have to worry about getting scales on your fish. No need to rinse the fish, no blood, guts, slime, or scales when cutting.

No way I'm scaling a tog.

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1 hour ago, Slayer said:

I couldnt agree with this more. I like the polypropylene feed sacks for this, a mountain of fillets left in this bag on shaved ice for 2 days is perfectly dry when vacuum packing.

 

22 x 36 Polypropylene Bag

Where are you getting them ???

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Just now, Mike said:

Is it OK to feel all warm and fuzzy now? 'Cause I do. I do. :wee:

Just worry about making that detailed list of tog spots and leaving it on the counter.

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