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How to Freeze Previously Frozen Fish.?

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1. Wrap the thawed-but-still-cold fish in plastic or freezer wrap. Avoid leaving any gaps or holes in the wrap and press it securely to the fish. There should be no large air pockets or bubbles between the wrap and the fish. 2. Place the wrapped fish
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