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How do you heat up canned salmon?

Asked: Glen Gdanski, Last Updated:

You can also warm your canned salmon in an oven after transferring the contents to an oven safe casserole. That is entirely up to you. I prefer canned salmon when I have no strength to cook anything elaborate. You should also try warming up a canned salmon on a tired day and then you will appreciate it better.

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