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Can you leave salmon out to thaw?

Asked: Samuel Langlois, Last Updated:

It's critical, when thawing any piece of fish, to keep the cut out of the dreaded “danger zone.” This is the temperature range between 40°F and 140°F, where bacteria grow most rapidly. For that reason, simply leaving the salmon out on the counter to defrost is not a great idea.

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