Skin my fish? But, but--to quote my grandma when I said I didn't want to eat anything from bread crusts to chicken gizzards when I was a kid--that's the best part! The SKINZIT Electric Fish Skinner says it makes quick flaying of what, I'll grant, many people consider an unsavory part of their seafood fillets. A "fishy tasting" fish part, regardless of what lengths of seasoning and frying chefs go to to make it delectably umami.
Whether you're trimming some store-bought halibut or breaking down your own fresh catch, the SKINZIT could cut your clean time in half, and potentially do a better job of not hacking up and wasting tasty fish flesh than can you wielding a knife. The electric skinner also removes rib bones.
The SKINZIT is built with a stainless steel floating blade, corrosion-resistant removable intake wheel, and 9'8" electrical cord.