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Can I store dried fish in the fridge?

Asked: Leonid Koyler, Last Updated:

The dried fish will stay in the refrigerator for about 2-3 months, just do not forget to wrap it with paper first (not very tight). In a tin can with a tightly closed lid, the fish will "hold out" for several months.

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