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If the supermarket farmed salmon says "Not for raw consumption" on the label, can I still use it to make sushi?

Can I still use it for sushi/sashimi? Assuming you mean the standard raw-fish preparation method, no. When the label points out clearly not for raw consumption, believe it or not, it's not even worth ...
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Process fresh salmon into Sushi / Sashimi salmon?

Sushi fishes are usually flash frozen for a few days before being used for safety (to kill off bugs) It might change the texture of the fish as it is unfrozen; the better the restaurant the better the ...
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Is it safe to eat sushi with different toppings (cooked and raw) after 24h?

What matters is time in the Danger Zone. If your sashimi heated up to room temperature it should certainly not be consumed: for instance E. Coli doubles in between 15 minutes and 1 hour in warm ...
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Is it safe to use non-sashimi grade fish to make gravlax?

IMO. Gravlax is not technically "raw" it is cooked (cured) with salt and sugar, both of which have been used to preserve food for eons. In any case, use as fresh as possible fish you can find from a ...
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Fish for Sushi/Sashimi

Any relatively firm-fleshed fish can be cured with salt & sugar, including by the speed method Chef John describes. This would include "snapper" (usually actually rockfish in the USA), swordfish, ...
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Overnight storing of raw fish

You're never going to remove all of the risk, but the standard recommendation for keeping raw fish for a day is placed on crushed ice, and kept in a fridge. As the ice will melt, you also need to ...
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Overnight storing of raw fish

Keeping it in a regular refrigerator should suffice for most situations even for a couple of days, but for longer periods freezing is probably recommended. As for transportation to your workplace I'd ...
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