I buy frozen wild NZ hoki fish and there's the option of 'with' or 'without' skin. I have been buying 'with skin' without a second thought but someone said to me the other day that the fish skin is the most exposed part and could have more concentrated toxins so it's probably not worth eating. I know it's pretty common to eat Salmon skin (crispy skin salmon is oh so delicious), so my question is more for white fish and those you can't be 100% sure about the quality of the waters they live in.
What are the pros and cons of eating the fish skin? Do you eat white fish skin?
asked byCoconutBliss (1930)
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