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Can you eat anchovies Raw?

Asked: Sarah-Jeanne Toth, Last Updated:

When eaten directly from the can, anchovies can be quite salty. This is because strong brine is routinely used in the preservation process. While it is not possible to remove all of the salt from an anchovy; soaking the fish fillets, will effectively reduce the saltiness.

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