How long would it take to cook a thin, bite sized slice of smoked salmon by moving a cigarette lighter back and forth under it?

Update: For the purposes of this question, 'smoked' is NOT considered 'cooked,' so there is no need to start that debate. When smoked, the salmon in question is still very pink, and some would say raw or close to raw. The intent with the lighter is to make a thin slice of salmon appetizer more like baked... show more For the purposes of this question, 'smoked' is NOT considered 'cooked,' so there is no need to start that debate. When smoked, the salmon in question is still very pink, and some would say raw or close to raw. The intent with the lighter is to make a thin slice of salmon appetizer more like baked salmon, such that the color is more of a whitish pink, and clearly cooked and not raw. When giving an answer, specify if the time given is per side, or the total of both sized combined.
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