Fresh salmon can be frozen for future use by following a process of preparing, pretreating, and packaging the fish. Salmon, being a fatty fish, fares better when frozen using a pretreatment including ascorbic acid to pre... More »

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Whole salmon can be cooked many different ways from frozen; it just takes a little longer than fresh according to CookitFrozen.com. If the salmon was frozen soon after being caught, it may be even better than the fresh s... More »

Smoked salmon, whether fresh or vacuum packed, can be frozen for three to six months when stored at 0 F. While frozen smoked salmon remains safe indefinitely, the flavor and texture begin to diminish after the recommende... More »

Smoked salmon, whether fresh or vacuum packed, can be frozen for three to six months when stored at 0 F. While frozen smoked salmon remains safe indefinitely, the flavor and texture begin to diminish after the recommende... More »

When you freeze fresh fruit, you preserve its color and flavor, stopping the ripening process when the fruit is at its best. However, freezing affects fruits’ texture, breaking down and softening meats because water expa... More »

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According to the Eat By Date website, fresh salmon remains safe to eat when kept under refrigeration for a period of 1 to 2 days. Refrigerated smoked salmon remains safe to eat for a period of 5 to 7 days, while refriger... More »

A simple recipe for oven-baked salmon comes from the Food Network and involves seasoning the salmon with salt and pepper before baking in a preheated oven for 12 to 15 minutes. The recipe takes five minutes to prepare an... More »

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