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How do you eat yellow croaker?

Asked: Francis Lanteigne, Date Created:

Eating the whole fish, usually yellow croaker, is common in Korea, whether it's seasoned and braised, cut up and made into a stew, or fried on the stove. Nose-to-tail fish eating is healthy and reduces waste since you can eat everything—the skin, the head, the tail, and the fins.

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