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Fish Debate: Fresh or Frozen

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Fish Debate: Fresh or Frozen

Fish Debate: Fresh or Frozen

Fish Debate: Fresh or Frozen

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NPR's Melissa Block talks with Mark Bittman, author of the cookbook How to Cook Everything and the New York Times food column "The Minimalist," about the differences between fresh and frozen fish. Bittman says frozen fish is often better quality than the fish labeled "fresh" at supermarkets.

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