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Can you cook raw sushi salmon?

Asked: Paul Sam, Last Updated:

Salmon most commonly is served raw in sushi restaurants, but you can lightly cook the fish before putting it in cut rolls or hand rolls with rice and seaweed to kill potentially dangerous parasites.

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