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Is salted fish raw?

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Saltfish is a preserved fish with all the water removed. Either with dry salt or with a brine, salt curing was the only widely available method of preserving fish until the 19th century. People still eat salt-cured fish today. But, in order to eat it, you must remove the excess salt and rehydrate it.

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