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How do you prepare salmon for freezing?

Asked: Marc André Lapolice, Date Created:

Wet the salmon, wrap tightly in plastic wrap, wrap again with foil, and then freeze. Or, completely wrap the fish in paper towels then thoroughly wet the towels with cold water. Wrap the fish in two layers of newspaper and completely wet the newspaper with cold water.

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