do you cook fish and leave the skin on or no?
Depends on the fish and the preparation...
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Skin leaves so much flavor! ;o
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Having never cooked fish or having any interest in cooking fish, I can only guess. My guess is you leave the skin on if you are going to be serving it that way or if you are grilling or baking it, otherwise off.
This is a terrible poll, so many types of fish, so many fish where they are fine with skin and so many fish that need the skin removed.
Not a huge fish guy anymore but If there is skin I leave it on. Skin always adds more flavor
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Depends on type of fish and type of preparation.
Most of the time skin on, I could see there being exceptions though.
I never eat the skin, but when cooking I just keep it like it was when wrapped. Self-caught fish, depends on the size and how I plan to eat it.
Wait, some people eat the skin? Is it like potatoes with skin, in that it adds more oomph to the flavour or something? o.O
Leave it for the flavour of course!
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I don't eat fish
Leave it on ofc, you can even eat it if you have done it right.