STORE YOUR FISH PROPERLY
Fish freshness is an important factor when it comes to preparing seafood dishes. Fresh fish is typically
more flavorful, healthier, and safer to eat. Knowing how to determine the freshness of fish can help
ensure that you get the best quality seafood for your meals and avoid any disappointment.
When selecting fresh fish, you should look for certain signs that will tell you how fresh it is. The eyes
should be bright and clear, the gills should be reddish, and the flesh should be firm and shiny.
Additionally, the fish should not have a strong fishy odor, but instead have a mild briny smell.
You can also judge the freshness of fish by its texture. Fresh fish will have a smooth texture and will not
be too slimy. It should also spring back after being touched. These signs can help you determine if a fish
is fresh or not.
When buying fish, it is important to ask whether the fish is fresh or previously frozen. If it is frozen, it is
best to buy it the same day you plan to cook it. Additionally, it is important to buy from a reputable
source, as seafood can easily spoil if it is not stored and handled properly.
Here in Nor Supplies we airlift fresh fish and other variety of seafood’s product, distribute and the left
over we blast freeze and properly hang them in our well controlled Freezers. We also ensure fresh fish
does not touch each other to avoid cross contamination.