Salmon is a pretty tasty protein. Glaze it, bake it, poach it, grill it. Doesn't matter. It's always delicious.
But have you ever been cooking salmon and you see what can only be described as white gunk oozing out? Pretty gross, right?
Using powers of deduction, we usually assume the gunk is fat. We've all cooked bacon and seen the fat that can come out of it in the pan, so wouldn't it be the same for salmon?
The answer is no.
Keep reading to find out what the white "gunk" actually is!