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Do you cook smoked fish?

Asked: Dale St. Arnold, Date Created:

Because cold smoked fish is in the bacteria growth temperature range for some time, great care is needed to assure it is safe. Just the same, cooking before eating is advised. The cooking makes the flesh much firmer and improves the flavor.

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