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Preserving seafood with vinegar (acetic acid) is one of the easiest food-preservation techniques known. West Coast and Pacific Northwest states have several species of fish that lend themselves well to pickling – shad and herring are good examples. The fish are plentiful, little work is involved, and the products are delicious.
High-oil content fish make the best pickled dishes. In addition to shad and herring, the more common West Coast species are Chinook salmon, striped bass, and black cod.
This guide will outline the following basic steps to curing fish, including:
- How to salt cure and brine.
- What are the best recipes for curing fish?
- What is the easiest method to prepare and cure fish?
- What is a basic pickling solution?
- How should cured fish be stored?
Learn about curing fish, allowing you to take your summer’s catch and line your pantry shelves with goods. Fish are excellent sources of protein and cured fish is ideal for any emergency-type situation.
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