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Is cured salmon safe to eat?

Asked: Jusova Irina, Last Updated:

Smoked salmon is not cooked but rather cured using smoke. Like other forms of raw salmon, the USDA says it's safe to eat when kept refrigerated and vacuum-sealed.

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    Stockfish can be kept for many years if stored in a cool dry place, however, humidity can cause its deterioration. When immersed in water it soaks up all the moisture again and the flesh becomes milky. Many cultures soak it in water for 5 or 6 days replacing the water each day before use.

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