How to Smoke Salmon: an American Indian Guide to Smoking Salmon.
If you are serious about smoking salmon and want to learn how to smoke salmon then this book is for you. This is an introduction as there is a lot to learn. This book draws on more than 10,000 years of ancestral knowledge from Alaska and the Yukon.
Men and Women have been smoking salmon for thousands and thousands of years. Cory Mann / Gutchqena, a Native American, walks you through how to create and obtain smoked fish from an Alaska / Yukon Tlingit American Indian point of view.
Cory Mann / Gutchquena directed the award winning documentary movie Smokin’ Fish. There is a shorter version on PBS and it is all about Smoking Salmon and this book takes off where that movie falls short. Like the movie this book is a bit of a comedy as well.
This quick read is a roadmap to successful smoking fish.
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Chapter 1: Which Salmon is Best Suited for Smoking?
Chapter 2: What Kind of Equipment Do I Need?
Chapter 3: How can I crash local Indian Fish Camps Without Ending up in the Smokehouse?
Chapter 4: What kind of salmon should I smoke?
Chapter 5: What Type of Wood Should I Use?
Chapter 6: What's the Shelf Life of Good Smoked Salmon?
Chapter 7: How do I Store my Smoked Salmon?
Chapter 8: How do I Serve my Smoked Salmon?
Chapter 9: I Can't Smoke Salmon, Now What?
Chapter 10: How do I Eat My Smoked Salmon?
Chapter 11: When is it Cooked?
Chapter 12: Salmon Recipes and Some Not so Salmony
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