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Anchovies are most popularly packed in oil in 2 ounce tins.  Look for ones that are packed in Olive Oil.  Unopened tins will keep at room temperature for at least a year. Opened tins or jars of anchovies should be covered and stored in the refrigerator, where they will last for several months. Be sure there is sufficient oil in the container to cover the anchovies.

Because of the high salt content, whenever you use anchovies as an added ingredient in a recipe, be sure to reduce any other salt in the recipe.  To cut down on the saltiness in anchovies, soak them in cool water for about 30 minutes, drain and pat dry.

Anchovy Paste: anchovy fillets that are pounded to a paste with vinegar, spices and olive oil. Usually packed in 2 oz tubes or cans.

One teaspoon of anchovy can be substituted for 2 chopped anchovy fillets.



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