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Properly preparing fresh, uncooked produce … Process of preparing a fresh fish …

Article / Review by on January 4, 2010 – 1:05 amNo Comments

The process of preparing a fresh fish on her clean kitchen counter

Properly preparing fresh, uncooked produce … Process of preparing a fresh fish … Credit: Cade Martin

Here, an elderly woman was in the process of preparing a fresh fish on her clean kitchen counter, while a young African-American boy watched. Teaching this youngster how to carefully process fresh fish is an important skill he will hopefully put to good use as he grows up.

Having removed its internal organs, at this point, the woman was scaling the fish by carefully using a large knife to scrape them from the fish’s body. Exposure to contaminants may be reduced depending upon how one cleans and cooks the fish. It is quite important to check public health-related websites including the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, ATSDR, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC, as well as those agencies in your immediate area for advisories indicating whether or not eating specific kinds of fish, and marine life is safe.

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