I took frozen raw tipalia filets from my freezer and put them directly into my refrigerator last Wednesday morning, but then forgot about them. They don't have any smell -- if anything, they smell a little less fishy than tilapia usually does. Is it safe to cook and eat them tomorrow afternoon (Monday)? I don't care about the texture deteriorating, I only care about whether or not they will make me sick.

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