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Do you need to cook store bought smoked salmon?

Asked: Martin Lessard, Last Updated:

Smoked Salmon is already cooked, so it typically needs no further cooking. Preparing it as often as simple as pairing it with herbs, bread, wine or other foods and drinks.

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