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Figure 6-7.—Fish and shellfish authorized for GM. Seasonally and locally available fresh and frozen menu and you should be able to distinguish the good fish  items  are  authorized  for  all  GMs  through  the products from bad. Department  of  Defense  subsistence  offices. Seafood  is  highly  susceptible  to  spoilage,  and Fin  Fish receipts  from  either  Navy  or  commercial  sources  should be  carefully  checked  for  quality.  Refrozen  seafood Fish is an excellent source of protein, minerals, and should not be accepted; it will usually have soft, flabby vitamins. Fin fish (vertebrates) have backbones and flesh,   a   sour   odor,   and   may   show   discoloration. fins.  Examples  include  salmon,  catfish,  cod,  flounder, Occasionally, you may have to use fresh fish on your haddock, perch, pollack, rockfish, trout, and whiting. 6-15

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