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There are methods of salt-curing fish in your own kitchen, usually involving a whole lot of plastic wrap and a bowl you’ll never use for anything but fish again. When gravlax isn’t available (or is prohibitively expensive), it’s definitely worth the process. Even if the fish turns out a little too dried out.
Read more: Homemade Gravlax from Food52 via Tasting Table

There are methods of salt-curing fish in your own kitchen, usually involving a whole lot of plastic wrap and a bowl you’ll never use for anything but fish again. When gravlax isn’t available (or is prohibitively expensive), it’s definitely worth the process. Even if the fish turns out a little too dried out.

Read more: Homemade Gravlax from Food52 via Tasting Table

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