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What does fry mean for a fish?

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Fry – A recently hatched fish that has almost no yolk sac and a floating bag that allows the fish to actively feed.

Why is it called fried fish?

German and Polish Catholic immigrants settled in Milwaukee in the 1860s and began the Friday fish-fried tradition. During Lent, they did not eat meat on Friday, but instead ate fish caught in Lake Michigan.

Is fried food good for fish?

Summary: Fried foods increase the amount of fat in fish and can adversely affect the ratio of omega-3 fatty acids to omega-6 fatty acids. When frying, instead of frying fish, fry in a frying pan and use healthy oils such as olive oil.

What is the fish you usually fry?

The best fried fish are made from mild-flavored white fish such as sea bass, flounder, cod, haddock, walleye pollock, black sea bream, and scoop. (For freshwater fish, I use white sea bass, yellow sea bass, or walleye). We avoid frying oily fish such as bluefish, trout, salmon and tuna. I also like thin fillets when pan-frying.

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