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Fish Preservation

Fish is an animal food rich in nutrients, animal protein sources are widely consumed by the community, easy to obtain, and cheap. Fish contains many organic and inorganic elements, which are useful for humans. But fish also quickly experience the process of decay after being caught and died. After the fish die, there are changes both biologically, physically, and chemically. ...

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Traditional Fish Preservation

Fish preservation traditionally aims to reduce water content in the fish body, so as not to provide opportunities for bacteria to breed. To obtain high quality preservation results, good treatment is required during the preservation process, such as: maintaining cleanliness of materials and tools used, using fresh fish, and clean salt (Rusiman, 2008). In Indonesia, fish processing is traditionally done ...

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