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Salmon Smoking Kit

Many centuries ago in the Pacific Northwest, coastal Native American tribes began a proud tradition of curing freshly caught salmon with sea salt, then smoking the fish to preserve it and intensify the natural flavor. Continue the tradition by home-smoking your own all-natural salmon, perfect for enjoying as an appetizer or in salads, chowders and pasta dishes. Just select your favorite type of fresh, whole salmon from a local fishmonger or market-our kit includes everything else you'll need to cureand smoke the fish. Kit includes curing salt, oak wood dust and smoke generator (see More Info tab for details). Packaged in a reusable cotton tote bag printed with a salmon design. Assembled in USA.
Average Customer Rating:
1 out of 5
1
 out of 
5
(2 Reviews) 2
0 of 2(0%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Sort by Customer Reviews for Salmon Smoking Kit
Review 1 for Salmon Smoking Kit
1 out of 5
1 out of 5
,Boston
,MA
December 14, 2015
Would You Recommend? No
+1point
1of 1found this review helpful.
Missing item in kit
December 14, 2015
Like the other reviewer, the kit was missing the smoker. I called to request a new kit and it was sent out. Upon opening the second kit, I saw that the smoker was missing again. WS Customer Service was very professional and refunded my money.
Cons: missing items
Review 2 for Salmon Smoking Kit
1 out of 5
1 out of 5
,Texas City
,TX
November 23, 2015
Would You Recommend? No
+1point
3of 5found this review helpful.
Items missing
November 23, 2015
I ordered and received an incomplete kit. Upon calling WS, they immediately shipped another one which had the same problem - missing the cold smoke generator and the bag. Turns out that the vendor shipped incomplete kits to WS, for which they apologized, refunded my expenditure and sent a gift card. Couldn't ask for better treatment!
Cons: items missing