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FAQs about frog

Soaking frog legs in milk helps to draw out any impurities while swelling and whitening the legs. It's essential to leave them covered for a minimum of one hour. Drain them well and wash with cool water before cooking. Marinated frog legs overnight can help to tenderize the meat, especially when soaked in buttermilk. You can marinate overnight in the fridge, but never leave frog legs or any other meat on the counter to marinate. Otherwise, it could bread bacteria like Salmonella and others that can potentially make you sick. 

Usually, frogs living in the United States are safe to eat. However, there is always a chance of poisonous frogs moving into areas they don't usually live with changing weather patterns. For this reason, it's best not to catch and eat wild frogs. 

You may need to know the difference between frogs and toads since toads themselves can be very poisonous. To tell the difference between frogs and toads, remember that frogs have smooth skin, but toads have bumps. Frogs also have longer legs than toads. Any brightly colored frogs can be poisonous, and you may want to avoid blue, red, yellow, or orange species. 

The greatest concentration of poison will always be in the frogs' skin. Frog skins' moist texture is a prime breeding ground for bacteria like salmonella and other diseases, so it's best to cook the skin at high temperatures or avoid them altogether. Frogs' skin also has a robust flavor and can be difficult to swallow.

No. Despite what you may have heard, frogs are not seafood. They breathe air, and air-breathing animals like whales, dolphins, and frogs are not seafood. Frog legs have a similar texture to fish, and some people describe it as a combination of chicken and fish.