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How do you dry and preserve fish?

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Another traditional method of fish preservation involves dry-salting, which is exactly what it sounds like. After cleaning the fish, you lay them in a dry basket and cover them with salt. Use about one-third of the weight of the fish in salt. Cover the basket and let it sit for 9-10 days.

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