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Can you cook saltfish without soaking it?

Asked: Chris Davis, Date Created:

Next time you want to cook salt fish, don't boil it or soak it in boiling water to remove the salt, rather, soak it in regular cold tap water for 12 – 24 hours and you will be rewarded with perfectly de-salted salt fish that is tender, and easy to flake, to prepare in a variety of ways.

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