How long does it take to get food poisoning from fish?

Chef's answer
They include flushing (turning red) of the face, nausea, vomiting, hives , and abdominal pain.
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Scombroid poisoning is a common form of food poisoning related to fish ingestion. Scombroid poisoning occurs after the ingestion of fresh, canned or smoked fish with high histamine levels due to improper processing or storage..
How can I prevent scombroid fish poisoning? Refrigerate fish (at 41 o F or less) from the time of capture to the time it is cooked. Fish with a bad odor or "honey-combed" appearance should not be consumed..
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