OK, so perhaps this is a weird question.
When I cook salmon (I usually bake it while roasting veggies) there's some white, goopy, globby stuff that comes out of the salmon while it's cooking. It looks kind of like cooked egg whites.
At first I thought the salmon wasn't cooked enough, but then I realized that it was cooked, but this stuff was just sitting on top of the fish.
So . . .
1. What is it?
2. Do I eat it?
I haven't been eating it, just scraping it off, and then today I had the thought that maybe this is where some of the Omega-3s are and maybe I should be eating it?