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What is the process of canning fish [after catching it, of course].

John Burgess, A diplomat is one who is paid to dine for his country; I've done so globally.

Answered Apr 15, 2013

It's usually cooked in the can as raw fish is easier to handle than cooked fish. Cooked fish has a way of breaking apart too readily for convenient handling.

An exception might be for crabmeat, however. It's far easier to remove the meat from a cooked crab than a raw one. The same would apply for most crustaceans.

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John Kuo, Known to have cooked 500 sausages in under 2 hours on several occasions

Answered Apr 15, 2013

The other major exception I think would be smoked fish and shellfish, obviously....