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What is dried pollack?

Asked: Federico Alassia, Last Updated:

Dried & shredded pollack. Pollock (sometimes spelled pollack) is a variety of white fish similar to cod. You can eat it fresh, but Koreans also dry it out for later use. The best is dried by sea breezes in the sun. When it's completely dried, the fish is very hard, like a stick of wood.

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