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Center for Kosher Culinary Arts: How to Remove Salmon\'s Pin Bones (The Gravlox Prequel)
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Date :16 June 2011
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Check out Chef Avram Wiseman as he demonstrates to the CKCA professional program students how to remove pin bones from a salmon fillet. This video is a prequel to our other related video on how to make gravlox, so check that out too. For more information about the Center for Kosher Culinary Arts, visit [More] [Less]
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