Published on April 27, 2014
Look for bright, clear eyes. Look at the fish. Smell it Look at the grills.
Look for Vibrant flesh Smell it Is there liquid on the meat? Press the meat with your finger.
Best way to choose a live fish or crab or lobster. Look for LIFE.
Buy only at the finest fish markets. What is a dead one? Dead ones do not open after being cooked.
It’s better to buy frozen, vacuum-sealed scallops, which are perfectly good.
Buy them whole and frozen.
Buy them frozen.
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