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How do you eat Korean dried filefish?

Asked: Mike Hulbert, Date Created:

Microwave to warm it up and serve with some gochujang (Korean chili paste) and / or mayonnaise as a dipping sauce – This method is also a popular way to serve at a drink bar in Korea.

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