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 Can you make sashimi from frozen salmon and how?

Answer You can only make sashimi or other 'uncooked' preparation of fish & seafood if it is sushi- or sashimi-grade fish. The handling of the fish and the actual meat is a better quality and less likely t... Read More »
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Can leftover salmon be frozen?

Yes, it is appropriate to freeze leftover salmon as long as you freeze it within two hours after cooking it. For best results, store the fish in a covered (shallow) container.References:North Pacif... Read More »
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How long can you keep frozen salmon?

Salmon is an oily fish that may be frozen for up to four months. While the frozen fish is not in danger of bacterial contamination, the fish flesh will start to break down and become inedible.Sourc... Read More »
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How do i cook frozen salmon filets?

Cooking frozen salmon fillets is fairly simple because salmon is a very forgiving fish. The oily texture of the flesh holds up well when it is frozen and thawed, and it is very difficult to overcoo... Read More »
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How to Make Sashimi?

This delightfully simple yet elegant Japanese delicacy consists purely of very fresh, raw fish. It’s served in ¼-inch thick, rectangular slices with soy sauce for dipping and, optionally, a few ... Read More »
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