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A newly caught fish is far fresher than any fish you'll ever buy in a shop. In fact, a freshly caught trout or salmon will have a shelf life of about 9 days at 0° C.But what does this mean in real life? Can we really keep it in the fridge and eat it a week later? The answer, sadly, is no. Let's take a look at the details.
Follow these simple steps to successfully clean your fish:You will need:A fish scaler (optional)A sharp filleting knifeA filleting glove (optional but recommended) A spoonPlenty of newspaper
Follow these simple steps to successfully fillet your fish:You will need:A fish scaler (optional)A sharp filleting knifeA filleting glove (optional but recommended) A Filleting Board or plenty of newspaper
Every year around 5,000,000 trout get caught in the UK.Now that's a lot of fish. And how many of us can truthfully say that we put much thought and care into preserving the superb quality of a freshly caught fish?
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