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Is smoked fish ready to eat?

Asked: Brandon Schneeberger, Last Updated:

Basically fish that is hot smoked requires no further cooking and is ready to eat whilst cold smoked fish is still a raw product (the smoked salmon that is familiar to all is a hybrid as we will explain).

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