A Salmon Allergy

Fish allergies are some of the most common food allergies in adults, and salmon rates as one of the most highly allergenic species of fish. An allergic reaction to salmon may indicate individual sensitivity to other or all kinds of fish and shellfish.

Nancy Clarke
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PRINTABLE: The 13 Types of Fish to Avoid

Whether you save it to your Photos, pin it to one of your Pinterest boards or go old-school and print it, keep this list of 13 types of fish to avoid close the next time you pick the protein in your fish tacos.

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How to Cook Frozen Salmon Without Thawing in the Oven

Salmon is a fatty fish that contains B vitamins, proteins and omega-3 fatty acids. Salmon will spoil quickly and is often frozen to preserve its freshness.

Serena Styles
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What Are the Health Benefits of Eating Fresh Vs. Frozen Fish?

Although it might seem that fresh fish would a healthier choice than frozen, the truth is that both fresh and frozen fish can be healthy choices, as long as you store and prepare them properly.

Sharon Perkins
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The Best Ways to Grill Yellowtail

Yellowtail is often mistaken for a type of tuna. This delicate fish is a member of the jack family, which includes the pompano and amberjack fish. Yellowtail fish has a mild, sweet flavor with a firm texture. The majority of yellowtail fish are raised on fish farms in Japan and imported as frozen fillets.

Suzanne Allen
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How to Balance Too Much Cinnamon in Stew

Cinnamon adds sweetness and a slightly exotic touch to a stew, but go overboard in adding it and you'll discover just what "too much of a good thing" means. Depending on the type of cinnamon you add, you may find the stew is actually somewhat spicy as well as sweet.

Maria Christensen
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How to Cook Bonito Fish

Bonito fish is part of the Scombridae family that includes mackerel and tuna. Similar to tuna in texture and color, it is often considered less desirable because it is oilier and has a stronger tasting flesh.

Candi Canncel
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How to Cook a Fillet on a Foreman

The Foreman grill is a countertop grill that cooks from the top and the bottom at the same time, making it a quick process to cook a steak fillet. A 1-inch thick fillet cooks in 7 to 12 minutes, depending on the doneness you prefer. A Foreman countertop grill lets you cook a quick meal at home after a busy day.

Jennifer Loucks
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How to Cook Salmon Belly

Salmon store most of their fat in their undersides, making the meat there some of the most flavorful on the whole fish. While fat on your plate isn't always a good thing, salmon is an exception; additional fat boosts the fish's levels of healthful omega-3 fatty acids.

Lauren Whitney
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How to Bake Fish Tossed in a Batter

Eating fish increases the heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids in your diet, but frying the fish diminishes the health benefits. When you fry fish, it may taste delicious, but the frying process adds a significant amount of fat. The oil is absorbed into the batter, making it crispy, but bad for your health.

Carolyn Williams
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Difference Between Cooking Salmon & Trout

Salmon and trout both belong to the same fish family, along with grayling and chars. As a result, preparation methods for cooking the fish are largely interchangeable. Given the popularity both salmon and trout, they are regularly used to stock lakes -- and you can find them in most parts of the world.

Danielle Hill
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How to Cook a Salmon Fillet for Sushi

Salmon most commonly is served raw in sushi restaurants, but you can lightly cook the fish before putting it in cut rolls or hand rolls with rice and seaweed to kill potentially dangerous parasites.

Christopher Godwin
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