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Is it OK to heat up smoked salmon?

Asked: Jean-françois Caplette, Last Updated:

It is best to reheat your salmon in the oven. Microwaving is not the best choice when reheating fish because it can make your smoked salmon soggy and leave cold spots, which can harbor dangerous bacteria that can make you ill. ... Fish can dry out when it is reheated, so it's best to reheat it in sauce or butter.

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