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What is similar to smoked haddock?

Asked: Linda Lacerte, Last Updated:

Cod is easily found and it makes a good substitute for haddock. OR - Fresh flounder is a good option too. OR - Use fresh sole. OR - Fresh halibut would be a good alternative too.

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