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Hard-salted fish are fish products made from gutted, headless fish that are hard-salted. The resulting products are particularly popular in Scandinavia, Northern Africa, China and Mediterranean countries such as Spain and Portugal. The fish are either split lengthwise, so that both halves are only connected by the tail fin, or their belly is split so that both halves are connected at the back but the backbone is removed. The most popular fish species for hard-salted fish are cod, ling, tusk, Alaska-pollock and pollock.


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