This is how you know if your seafood has gone bad


Have you recently bought seafood and not gotten around to cooking it? Or do you have some leftovers in your fridge and are wondering if it’s still safe to heat and eat? With the following tips, you can assess whether your seafood is still good to eat or if it’s gone bad.


Understanding the Shelf-life…

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The shelf-life of fish can be tricky as it ranges from a couple of days to a few months, which can be quite perplexing! The longevity primarily depends on the condition of the fish—whether it’s cooked, frozen, fresh, etc. The initial pointer to note in fresh fish is its scent. Lyf Gildersleeve suggests that fresh fish should have a ‘clean’ and ‘oceanic’ smell. Moreover, the fish’s eyes should be clear, and the flesh should be bright and shiny.

Continue reading to gain further insights into assessing the freshness of your seafood!

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