This Is Why You Don’t Buy Fish Anywhere But A Dedicated Fish Market Or Dock
I just took this picture yesterday at a “wholesale club”
Do you know what to look for when you are buying fish? Here’s a quick tip- If there is any hint of grey or brown on your fish DONT BUY IT!!!!!!!!
The manager of the seafood section in this place should be fired for letting this rotten crap sit on it’s shelves but I routinely see old grey rotten fillets at supermarkets and superstores.
A couple of years ago I was in the supermarket and ran into my wife’s aunt- the sweetest kind of lady you’d ever want to meet. She told me she was going to buy some haddock there. I told her that if she needs some fresh fish to let me know and I’d bring her some home from one of the places I get my fish here in town knowing that what she would be buying at the supermarket would probably be inferior to the primo fish you can get here in Gloucester. I kept shopping and on my way down the aisle toward the back of the store I swung by the fish case to see what the fish looked like and to my horror the haddock fillets in the case were absolutely grey with a hint of green and the fillets were also falling apart with no firmness to them at all.
I immediately turned and ran to the front of the store to find my wife’s aunt to stop her from purchasing the rotten fillets. I begged her to not buy that fish to feed her family and promised to bring her some fish from G-Town. She honestly didn’t even know any better and told me she had been buying her fish there for years. I wonder how many other people have no idea what to look for when they buy fish but just remember one thing if nothing else- there shouldn’t be any grey or brown color to your fillet. If there is any blood it should be bright red. Would you buy a piece of steak at the grocery store that was grey and not red?
Notice In the picture below how there is no firmness to the fillet, the lines in the fillets aren’t crisp and they are all just squiggily and mushy?-
These fillets belong on http://failblog.org/