In this snippet, Jo Pratt, author of The Flexible Pescatarian gives us tips on cooking fish.
Publish Date: Feb 16, 2021
In this snippet, Jo Pratt, author of The Flexible Pescatarian gives us tips on cooking fish. Check out the rest of the episode for more tips on cooking fish and good recipe ideas!
substituting a fish is going to be perfectly fine. Absolutely. Condit's all about trial and error, and fish is so easy to cook. Compared to meet people feel as though fish is difficult, but it za quick to cook fish. You know, you don't want to overcook it, but the recipe should be quick and easy with fish, I was gonna say, I think that's the aspect that people find difficulty, you know, like, you know, certain means. You know, you could sit there. They're gonna They'll be fine. I could do something else. It's in the oven for yes, our laters. Exactly. But you know, fish exam, you don't wanna overcook it. No. And also, if you go shopping quite often, you'll see people. I spent half my life in supermarkets and food shops on where people will generally pick up a pack of mince Miss beef, probably, and some chicken breast not necessarily knowing what they're going to cook with it. It will go into the fridge, and they'll probably use it within the week. Fish, On the other hand, we panicked because we think, Oh, I've bought it today. I've got to use it straight away and then something might happen, and you don't end up wanting to cook that meal or you go out or on. Then you feel that's it. So I went by the fish because I don't know if I'm using it, so it does probably take a little bit more planning, but that's where your freezer should be. Your best friend actually could buy some amazing frozen fish. It's something that we often walked past in the freezer section, the frozen foods, but quite often a lot fresher than the fresh fish, because it's being frozen pretty much as soon as it's being caught on. Then you've got it there in your freezer. Defrost really quickly and you've got an instant instant meal there, really.