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Is it OK to warm up smoked salmon?

Asked: Mathieu Demers, Last Updated:

You've saved your left over expensive, smoked salmon from dinner and now would like to reheat it for lunch. Nearly all fish is safe to reheat as long as it has been handled properly prior to reheating. It is best to reheat your salmon in the oven. Microwaving is not the best choice when reheating fish.

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