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How do you cut frozen fish?

Posted by keepitlow 6 (My Page) on
Tue, Nov 2, 10 at 7:19

Got some nice wild salmon. It is frozen in long fillets. I need to break it down and vac pack into smaller pieces. How do you cut frozen fish?

Thanks


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RE: How do you cut frozen fish?

I have a knife made especially for cutting frozen food ,it has fine teeth similar to a hacksaw or bandsaw ,if you have a knife that is similar it will work


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RE: How do you cut frozen fish?

Agree. Use a serrated-edge blade knife. The deeper the serrated edge the easier. If you don't have one a crosscut saw will do it. You can always clean it well first with hot soapy water and alcohol. Butchers often use a band saw.

Dave


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RE: How do you cut frozen fish?

I don't think you need a really hefty knife/saw for fillets. But a serrated knife would be easier - if you have a bread knife, or even a clean drywall saw. I wouldn't use a steak knife though - I think something with a longer blade would work better.

Maybe an electric knife?


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