heavy salted fish

heavy salted fish
fish cured with large amounts of salt so that it contains 40-50% salt on a dry weight basis. Moisture content for heavy salted cod is for extra hard dried not over 35%, hard dried not over 40%, dry 40-42%, semi-dry 42-44%, ordinary cure 44-50%, and soft dried over 50% but not exceeding 54%

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