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they really eat this...
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>>137662957
fish?
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yes.
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le fishe
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lutefisk?
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>>137662980
dutch herring, fermented fish with diced onion, tastes like hell :/
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>>137662957
Yes
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>>137663058
yes
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>>137663058
It's pickled not fermented. They salt it to remove water then place it in a vinegar based brine.
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>>137663117
you can prepare it as salad with apple, potato, beetroot etc. too
tastes great
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>>137663147
i was almost choking to death i assume my dutch fren forced me to eat it for my death wish
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>>137663045
Best pub food ever
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>>137663195
does contact with the water of the Mediterranean automatically turn one into a faggot unable to imagine different tastes?
you act like an Italian getting mad over broken Spaghetti
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>>137662957
>>137663045
>>137663086
do they really?
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>>137663179
i'm not into pickled, fermented or raw meat desu i do really like bbq or pot cooking thx to my serbian and turkish genes
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>>137662957
Based. Absolutely delicious
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>>137662957
>he doesn't eat it
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>>137662957
It's based but dutch and german herring is less fatty than Russian herring. Ours is better.
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>>137663464
why would they put parsley on it instead of dill?
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>>137663254
do you even know any turkish having these on breakfast, for real ? no doubt all the meds are like it i know but i'm open to new tastes, yet still, i was about to cry when i eat a herring
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>>137663630
who eats fish for breakfast? I mean I guess you could do it but for me it's more a lunch/dinner thing?
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>>137663791
god damn why u germans are so straight headed guys, no one talks about eating fish in breakfast. i ask if you see any turkish guy with having these kinda stuff instead of a typical turkish breakfast, that's what i'm saying in>>137663630
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>>137663630
those all look pretty good to me

but I had kalles kaviar thinking I would enjoy it and I actually thought it was shit
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>>137663983
i didn't like it too when one of my girlfrend from uni offered me i guess it's too skandi thing to be liked by other foreigners
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>>137664029
it has some disgusting stinging bitter flavor they tried to mask by adding sugar

it ends up tasting like some weird unnatural shit that a dog probably wouldn't even eat
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>>137662957
I have a negative feeling to the herring sandwich, aside from sushi.
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>>137662957
no problem, rather better
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>>137662957
piece of herring with fresh onion pickled in vinegar with piece of boiled potato and a shot of vodka...after eating you go to sauna and then you jump straight into snow. VGHHH.....
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>>137663958
idk what Turkish breakfast is, I'm sure it's good, Turkish food is nice, but so is fish like herring
I don't see why you're being a faggot about this, fish is healthy and tastes good
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>>137664194
>idk what Turkish breakfast
imagine you eat pretzel with bacon, tomato, cucumber, omelette, jam, nutella, olives at the same time
>fish is healthy and tastes good
for you yea, but for any foreigner it tastes like hell cuz its a pickled or fermented whatever you call fish. i mean cmon it's RAW
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>>137663284
pleb taste
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>>137662957
Bet that tastes really fucking good. i have never had herring with fresh onion but in my mind it should be a perfect match?
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>>137664424
I also don't understand why you would consume Ayran as "refreshing" drink but I'm not being a fag about it, different tastes you know
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>>137664748
it's a meme when it comes to ''refreshing'' due to it's a milky product with a lot fat and salt in it, it forces you to pass out and sleep 10 hours straight. euroguys like more sweaty yoghurt, cheese etc. we literally dying out for salty and sour things
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>>137664745
I eat them often pickled together, it's a nice bar treat.
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>>137664857
i also eat it pickeled (in bits) you know whats really good to pickled or salty foods? Vodka. It breaks so well with the foods its incredible. ofc you can have a pilsner to drink on the side. what types of pickled fish do you eat in brazil? except herring then
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>all these wh*Toids getting absolutely dabbed on by the TVRK BLACK BVLL in the OP
There's a reason your brothers/sisters/friends don't eat pickled herring and instead live at Mehmet's kebab shop.
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>>137664849
then you should love pickled herring, it's very salty
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>>137662957
Yes.
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>>137664960
salute my beaver fren, i send you my special mix kebab tonight
>>137664974
its a RAW fish noooooo
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>>137664953
>what types of pickled fish do you eat in brazil?
Latin America in general doesn't eat much pickled fish; we got rollmops through immigrants.
That said there's also escabeche, with sardines. I think it counts as it's basically a preserve.
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>>137665174
yeah sardines are that for sure but dont you usually mix them to so paste or such? i mean they are quite small fishes. gonna look up the dishes now bro
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>>137664953
[Sorry for the double reply] also campari is fucking amazing alongside pickled herring, I feel they complement each other nicely.
Polite sage.
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>>137665031
the salty-sour marinade conserves the fish, you can store it in glasses or cans for ages

smoked sprats are great too
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>>137665174
>escabeche
this looks really tasty have you had it?
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>>137665245
oh yeah haha i have had campari to many times to remember. but spirits and pickled fish goes perfect togeather
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>>137665360
but isnt germany more of a cucumber country then fish?
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>>137665360
i may try it maybe, is this sardine ?
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>>137663272
You guys eat sill too right, it just comes in a glass jar
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>>137665466
you mean pickled small cucumbers? yeah those are common too, both are common
>>137665498
yes tiny sardines, about as big as a finger
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>>137665237
>>137665384
I've prepared this plenty times home, it's a common dish. The sardines are cooked but not pasted.
Wanna a recipe?
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>>137665552
i almost never eats them because of the water content so my knowledge is limited lol. but i think of Spreewald?
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>>137664193
Based
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>>137665563
yes please! is the recipie easy to cook along to?
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>>137665592
yes Spreewaldgurken is (was?) the most known brand of pickled cucumbers, I think it was a state brand of East Germany
and pickled fish traditionally was common in northern Germany at the coast ofc
but both are common everywhere now, I'm from southern Germany and like both
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>>137665552
do you guys have tiny sardine cans with filled smoked, fermented sardine and blacky oil in it ? some of the people eats there, they believe it cures your brain
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>>137665708
haven't heard of that
but fish in general contains a lot of omega-3 fatty acids which is indeed good for your brain
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>>137665682
>Spreewaldgurken
This was what is was thinking of! isnt this whole are like venice but for cucumbers? me too both are hella based. also spirits works fantastic with smoked and pickled foods
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>>137665755
my fav is this fish grill, its called çupra here
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>>137665626
It's a bit laborious because you're supposed to remove the main bones of the sardines, but it's extremely easy to prepare, beginner level.
>1kg clean sardines
>1/2 cup vinegar
>1 cup water
>1/4 cup olive oil or vegetable oil
>a large onion, sliced
>2 medium tomatoes, sliced
>optional: half red bell pepper
>a handful of black olives
>seasoning: black pepper, chives, parsley, a bay leaf or two
>salt
Note: this recipe is best eaten on the next day, just keep it ready in the fridge.
If preserving it, use at least 1 1/2 tbsp of salt per kilogram of fish, for safety reasons.

Get a pressure cooker. Add in order onion slices, tomato, seasoning, sardines, olives. Then cover it with the vinegar, oil, and water, and let it cook under pressure for half hour. And that's it.

If preserving, add the contents to the sterilized bottles while still hot.
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High omega 3, high b12, high selenium, high iodine.

They're a superfood, OP. Go back to eating stapled mystery meat spinning on a stick basted in transfats.
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>>137662957
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>>137663086
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>>137663464
>>137664117
ah raw fish marinated fish yes
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>>137665915
>>1kg clean sardines
fuck really? that is too expensive here, what about on portion?
yeah yeah haha i get it, idk some dishes just tastes better the very next day idk why
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>>137665885
what types of lake fishes are most popular in Turkey?
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>>137666087
>fuck really? that is too expensive here, what about on portion?
Sardines are extremely cheap here, to the point some people turn noses up on them as "poor man's fish". To give you an idea I don't even live on the coast, and I pay around ~1.50 euro per kilo.
I bet the recipe could be adapted to use a cheaper local fish though.
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>>137663135
Preparing herself to take a BBC
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>>137666221
jesus thats almost for free, i dont think we have a food here that is as cheap as that but prolly some root. and it sucks extra because i have read that sardines can be used into so much. The romans made it into a sauce that they added to everything fo example.
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>>137666362
Yeah, sardines are damn great. And as weird as this sounds, barbecued sardines alongside bread if delicious.

>The romans made it into a sauce
Ah, garum/liquamen. If Apicius is to be relied on, they added it even to sweets.
If you're interested there's a modern descendant made with anchovies in Campania, colatura di alici. I never bothered due to import prices, but considering you're in Sweden they might be a bit more reasonable for you.
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>>137666844
>barbecued sardines alongside bread if delicious.
i can belive that for sure! do you have any veggies on the bread aswell?
Sweets like desserts and such? what a fucking warrior you are!! gonna check it out now (im very cheap when it comes to foods tho) but i have always wanted to taste this "universal sauce" Have you had Asian fish sauce? do you know if its somewhat the same? i mean the flavour
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>>137666844
i wanna try gami so badly. seriously resturants should bring it back
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>>137662957
It's fucking delicio
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>>137662957
barbarian
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>t*rkroaches being unimaginable pussies over literally anything
Nothing new to see here.
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>>137662957
>fish and vegetables

Why do you think there's anything wrong with this?
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>>137668422
there isn't. put a japanese flag aside it and it becomes good
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>>137662957
It's delicious you fucking philistine. I try to buy it every time I go to the store. I buy smoked herring from Germany a lot too, and Sprats in oil from Latvia.
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>>137668009
he's obviously just trolling you retard
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wypipo
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I eat this shit every day
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Why is japanese seafood considered good but northern european isnt? Japanese use even less spices and niggas literally steam their fishes giving it a strange texture and has no taste at all
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>>137662957
>>137663045
>>137663086
>>137663179
>>137663464
Why don't you fry it, add garlic and other spices and actually enjoy it instead of eating a fucking raw fish like fucking gollum
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>>137669559
It's pickled not raw. Are you seething about japanese sea food too? Honest to god that's even worse
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>>137669559
it's not fucking raw wetback spic greaser
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>>137669629
Whatever, gollumski

>>137669628
Yeah not a big fan of that shit either. Fish is meant to be cooked, seasoned and fried on a pan, simple as. Anything else is fucking disgusting.
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>>137669432
because weebs have horrible taste in everything
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>>137669699
For me it's smoked fish
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>>137669699
>Wää you're only allowed to eat it the way I like it
Jeez
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i really don't see an issue
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>>137669559
We do fry it, but we also eat it pickled. Who says you can't enjoy both?
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>>137663045
I love rollmops.
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>>137662957
Our russian occupation was worth it solely because pickled hering got normalized here
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>>137662957
>>137663045
Is this common in a dutch restaurant? or do I have to travel all the way to the netherlands to try it?
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>>137662957
you need to heat that up
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>>137663058
Sounds pretty good actually.
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what's with the tails still on?
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>>137666004
good end of a trail food
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>>137672419
So you can hold it while eating
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>>137665360
you eat the heads and tails and guts?
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>>137672419
a handle to eat it
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put anchovies on cheese pizza, maybe a slice of tomato or two. actually quite good.
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>>137664193
I never knew Russians were THIS based
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>>137672522
hah ha
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>>137672566
i'm not joking that's how you eat them
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>>137672752
salted or frozen what are thos
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>>137669699
>Fish is meant
except historically it was most often for pickling, fermenting, smoking, and salting/drying for later eating. how hard it is to be open to something new to you? mutt-tier
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>>137673218
Cured
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>>137672505
yes everyting, but not the tail.
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>>137671511
Based, we put slices of onions in ours though instead of gherkins
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>>137663058
It doesn't actually taste bad, I tried it at the market once
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>>137662957
Let me in, bro. I will take care of that fat of yours :^)
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How is herring so versatile? A traditional thing here is to catch them before their big migration so they're super fat and then smoke them to make kippers. Poached or grilled with a bit of bread and a poached egg, very tasty
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>>137664193
Looks great
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>>137662957
looks nice
what's wrong?
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I'm going to get these for lunch now. Thanks for the inspiration mehmet.
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>>137663058
It's not fermented.
Taken from the sea, cleaned, salted and then frozen for a week.

>>137663147
That's pickled herring, not the same.
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>>137674699
The Turk doesn't know about good food, that's all.
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I am going to get some herring now lol. Although I am not a fan of sour herring, too chewy. Aome mackerel would be nice ass well.
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>>137674941
Better be smoked mackerel aka manna from heaven
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>>137674965
Only way to eat mackerel is ordering smoked mackerel from the qt from a fishers village.
And then making the guess if the guy next to her is her husband, uncle, grandfather, son or all of the above.
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On the topic of low countries seafood. Mussels are delicious as well. Not liking seafood is really missing out.



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