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What do you put in fish to smoke?

Asked: Derrick Soulliere, Last Updated:

Rub brown sugar into the flesh. Put heaps on. This acts as a buffer to the smoke and improves the taste. Too much will simply run off so there is no danger of over sweet fish.

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