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How do you thaw frozen smoked fish?

Asked: Joey Nielsen, Last Updated:

Thaw the frozen smoked fish by transferring it into the refrigerator or placing it under a stream of cool running water. Thaw only as much as you will be able to use within a few days; this should be one of the plastic-wrapped packets within the freezer bag rather than the entire freezer bag, in most cases.

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