hot marination

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As a means of preservation, pre-salted fish is cooked in a ‘blanching bath’ of 2–4% vinegar and 6–8% salt. After cooling, the pieces of fish are placed in a marinade containing 2% acetic acid, 3% salt, and between 4 and 5% gelatine.

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