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What is the fastest way to remove salt from salt fish?

Asked: Jocelyn Joannette, Last Updated:

Place the fish into a large bowl and pour boiling water over the fish. The water should cover the fish. Cover the bowl and let the saltfish soak overnight. The following morning, drain off the salty water.

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