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How long do you dry brine fish?

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It's amazing how much liquid that dry brine pulls out of the fish – in about 30 to 45 minutes the fish will be immersed. That's all the time you need. The time depends on the fish and your taste, but leaving the dry brine on for too long will make the fish too salty.

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