What kind of fish is good for baking?

Chef's answer
What's the best fish to bake? For this fish recipe, your best bet is to use a flaky white fish, such as tilapia, halibut, cod, bass, grouper, haddock, catfish or snapper. White fish doesn't mean that the fish is white in color
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That white slimy stuff is called albumin, and it's actually just a harmless (albeit pretty gross-looking) protein that solidifies as salmon cooks.
Sometimes when you cook Bacon, some white gloop oozes from it. This is salt and water
That white stuff oozing out of your salmon as it cooks is just coagulated protein, and it's perfectly safe to eat. According to America's Test Kitchen, as salmon cooks, its muscle fibers contract, causing it to wring out the fish's internal protein, or albumin.12 Jun 2017
Sometimes when you cook Bacon, some white gloop oozes from it. This is salt and water
Answer has 5 votes. Sometimes when you cook Bacon, some white gloop oozes from it. This is salt and water
White-fleshed king salmon don't have the genetic ability to break down their food and store the red-orange carotene in their muscle cells. The marbled flesh color sometimes found in king salmon comes from their limited ability to metabolize carotene, causing the flesh to take on a marbled look.
Cooked salmon color inside will be an opaque pinkish white color on the outside and translucent pink on the inside. If your fillet is still dark pink on the outside, it needs to cook more. If it has turned light, opaque pink on the inside it is overcooked.3 Nov 2019
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