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Old 12-09-2007, 10:09 PM   #1
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Default Hi Mountain Alaskan Salmon Brine

Last week I discovered that I had a package of Hi Mountain Alaskan Salmon Brine, which I had ordered as an add-on to my Buckboard Bacon Cure order last year, in my cupboard. At the same time, I noticed that my wife had purchased a skinless salmon filet from Sam's club, with the intention that I do something with it. I put one and one together and brined that filet for 24 hours according to the directions in the brine mix, and smoked it a day later along side some butts I was making for a work potluck.

The results were really amazing. This is some of the best hot smoked salmon I have ever had. I am doubly impressed, since the fish in question was a run of the mill farm raised Atlantic Salmon.

I have just ordered 4 more packages of this stuff from Hi Mountain and plan to smoke some salmon filets to give as gifts later this month.
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