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Is it good?
smells like feembrap
>hurrr I posted it again
It's just traditional for a method of storage, but you're supposed to rinse them. Most of the impressions it has on people is like if someone took salt pork and ate it straight-up instead of actually preparing it to get the preservatives out.
apparently if eaten the correctly its okay.
Is it even possible to get this in the US? I want to try it some day.
Apparently on Amazon if you would like
I never even considered looking there. I gotta save for it, though.
You are supposed to rinse it and eat it with specific foods I have heard that there are people who will just eat it from the can as-is
I have to imagine it's terrible the first time you have it but later on you get a craving
Yeah, I'll look into non-meme ways to eat it, although I do like trying small bites of stuff like that as-is, so I'm interested in that, if I don't gag from the smell.
it comes in extremely large cans for something that people eat barely any of in a meal
They're usually eaten socially with extended family and/or friends. Even so we finished off a can with just 3 people last summer, but we quite like it. Others eat less per person.
I know, Facebook boomer, whatever. This guy eats this crap and it's fucking hilarious.
is only smellz
Yeah I bought it. Did it as some Swedes identified on YouTube with the bucket outdoors etc.
Opening the can underwater you still do smell a very very strong odor.
Nonetheless the fish itself tastes pretty good, rather salty but went well in a pita with boiled potatoes, chives and sour cream.
Wait you can't buy it all the time? Only in a few weeks of the year?
I tried it last year and it was okay. You have to look up how to eat it (sweedish pies, boiled potatoes, onions, yogurt etc)
It is eatable but that's just it.
Most retards are just open it and eat it raw for youtube reaction clicks
isn't it just a type of preserved fish? You're supposed to wash off the brine and gut it if the fish wasn't gutted, and then just treat it like any strongly flavoured preserved meat
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