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You might know the dolphin fish better as mahi-mahi. It has always been called dolphin here in Florida, until recently when they started calling it mahi-mahi so people wouldn't think they were eating Flipper.
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Poor Flipper.


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Originally Posted by olyve
How can I keep the white stuff from happening?

By the way, you can replicate this "white goo" on chicken if you grill it over a too-hot fire!


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Well I'll try turning the heat down.
Other than that I may just have to give up on something that produces "white goo" sick

I'm really trying to keep eating salmon.
I really am.
It is very good for you!



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I eat a fair amount of salmon, but most of it isn't cooked at all, or just cooked enough to sear the outside.
I guess I pretty much eat it the way a bear eats it.

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CS mentioned, Salmon is good "rare"...

Another coulple of idease....
maybe poach it in a bechamel sauce...


Also, you could leave the skin on for cooking
start cooking the skin side down....
and cook so the white stuff does not yet come out
then flip it (skin side up)
finish cooking
then take off the skin


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Dolphin? WTF?
And then there's Manatee, the other red meat.
Why do you think they call them Sea Cows?

Us Florida Crackers don't talk about that much. gobsmacked




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Originally Posted by Ardy
Also, you could leave the skin on for cooking
start cooking the skin side down....
and cook so the white stuff does not yet come out
then flip it (skin side up)
finish cooking
then take off the skin

---I've done that too!
That is a great idea and it does work.
Besides, I actually don't pay too much attention to the skin, I just peel it off when I eat the fish.


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Dolphin? WTF?
And then there's Manatee, the other red meat.
Why do you think they call them Sea Cows?

Us Florida Crackers don't talk about that much. gobsmacked

Haha, Greger. I think it's white meat, anyway.


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I guess I pretty much eat it the way a bear eats it.

I got a chuckle out of that: Picture C.S. standing in the middle of a rushing stream, eating his fresh-caught salmon!

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