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Dry-Aging your catch…

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Found several items about this online last night. 

 

You guys ever give it a shot? Results? When do you think a fish tastes best, immediately after harvesting, or after resting few days?

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I just watched this episode of wild and whole on meat eater the other day and I'm obsessed with the idea of dry aging fish now. Going to start looking into it more this winter.

 

 

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8 hours ago, Alferd Packer said:

Found several items about this online last night. 

 

You guys ever give it a shot? Results? When do you think a fish tastes best, immediately after harvesting, or after resting few days?

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Someone from a Western culture with an open mind.

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11 hours ago, RWP said:

I just watched this episode of wild and whole on meat eater the other day and I'm obsessed with the idea of dry aging fish now. Going to start looking into it more this winter.

 

 


Interesting video.

On my old local board, there was a really interesting discussion regarding  fish handling, rigor mortis and it’s affects on fish and how long to wait before filleting to get the best quality. 

SF

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4 hours ago, Stonefish said:


Interesting video.

On my old local board, there was a really interesting discussion regarding  fish handling, rigor mortis and it’s affects on fish and how long to wait before filleting to get the best quality. 

SF

I'd be interested in hearing that.

JD

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16 mins ago, jjdbike said:

I'd be interested in hearing that.

JD


It mainly had to do with salmon, but would likely apply to many types of fish and how that are dispatched and handled after harvesting. 

Some guides and folks in the seafood industry chimed in.
Since you can’t post links here, I’ll send you a pm and you can read through the thread.

SF

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21 hours ago, Stonefish said:


It mainly had to do with salmon, but would likely apply to many types of fish and how that are dispatched and handled after harvesting. 

Some guides and folks in the seafood industry chimed in.
Since you can’t post links here, I’ll send you a pm and you can read through the thread.

SF

When you have a spare minute, could you send me that link as well? Thanks! 
 

 

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1 hour ago, Alferd Packer said:

When you have a spare minute, could you send me that link as well? Thanks! 
 

 

Me, too please.

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On 11/30/2022 at 0:18 AM, bass11 said:

+1

 

Someone from a Western culture with an open mind.

We try….

On 11/29/2022 at 7:09 PM, RWP said:

I just watched this episode of wild and whole on meat eater the other day and I'm obsessed with the idea of dry aging fish now. Going to start looking into it more this winter.

 

 

Very good video. There was an article about him on Food & Wine (.com) it was the 3rd or fourth thing I read.

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