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Will a hacksaw cut frozen meat?
Yes, a hacksaw can cut through frozen meat. However, it is not the most effective way to cut through frozen meat as it will not be able to slice very well.
How do you cut frozen fish without thawing?
There are a few ways to cut frozen fish without thawing. One way is to use a knife or implement that has a serrated edge. Another way is to use a sharpening stone to sharpen the blade.
How do you break up frozen fish?
Pry the frozen fish apart using a case knife or use a wedge of soap.
Can frozen fish be cooked without thawing?
Yes, frozen fish can be cooked without thawing. Baking, poaching or steaming are the best methods for cooking frozen fish.
Is it better to thaw frozen fish before cooking?
There is no definite answer to this question as thawing frozen fish will vary depending on the type of fish and how frozen it is. Some people believe that thawing frozen fish before cooking will help them cook evenly and avoid sticking to the pan. Others find that cooking frozen fish without anythawing helps them cook more evenly and avoid sticking to the pan. Ultimately, it really depends on the individual's preference.
An effective sawzall blade for fish will vary depending on the species, size, and shape of the fish. However, a blade with a sharp cutting edge and a heavy duty design will be most effective. For larger fish, a thicker blade may be better. For smaller fish, a light-duty sawzall blade will do the trick.