What is a dark beer for cooking?

Chef's answer
Ales, bitters, stouts, porters, and milds, are perfect beers for cooking. Any of them would work really well in a beef stew.5 Apr 2020
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You can cook salmon fillets with the scales on the same way you would cook them with the scales off, but if you want to avoid a few hours of scale extraction with a handful of toothpicks after dinner, you need to cook scale-on salmon with moist heat and remove the skin in one piece before serving.
You can safely eat the fish scales without causing any harm to yourself. That doesn't mean you would want to though. The fish scales do have some minerals and healthy fats in them. Don't let his bit of healthy knowledge encourage you to leave those scales on.
Most fish, including salmon, have a layer of scales covering their skin. Scales are small, hard plates, like fingernails, that cover the body for protection. The scales overlap to form a flexible armour plating to protect from predators and bruising.
A sleek, powerful fish, the marlin is deep blue on the upper half of its body and silvery white underneath. The marlin's body is densely covered with bony scales. It has a long, sharp-pointed bill and a rounded dorsal fin.
The disease can affect both men and women, but the symptoms differ. The infection usually does not cause symptoms in men and goes away on its own in a few weeks.1 Dec 2018
Whole fish grilled with its scales on will not stick. The skin and scales can be easily removed after the fish has been cooked. (This method poses a problem only if you enjoy eating the skin.) ... Placing a fish on a cool or even medium-hot grill will cause the skin to stick.16 May 2012
Do I have to remove the scales from salmon before eating it? Technically you can eat them but they'll get stuck in your teeth and I imagine it's not nearly as pleasant an eating experience as a nice, crispy, scale-less salmon skin.28 Mar 2019
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