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freezing fish

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Once in a while I get lucky and want to put a meal of fish in the freezer. I've always froze a few fillets in a freezer bag filled with water. Anyone have a better idea?

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That's the way I've been doing it for years. Make sure all the air is out before sealing. I also like to wrap the plastic bags in freezer wrap after the bags freeze to keep the bags from getting ripped open in the freezer.

I'm thinking of going to a vacuum sealer soon.

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I broke down and bought a food sealer. It works great on fish. They take a little getting used to. It's not the least expensive way to go but if you buy a quality sealer you should get many years of use out of it.

If that is something that you may be thinking about see if you have a friend or co-worker that uses one that can give you more info or even show you how one works. I think once you see one in action you'll be sold.

Good luck!!!

Take care,

Tom (BD110)

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i do the bag and water thing most of the time but i also seal a few in the food sealer. the easiest way for the sealer is to par freeze the fillets on a cookie sheet before sealing them. works great. ... paul

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