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What is fish maw in Chinese?

Asked: Ludovick Archambault Blais, Last Updated:

What is fish maw? Fish maw is the commercial term for the dried swim bladders of large fish like croaker and sturgeon. ... For the Chinese, it is considered one of the big four delicacies of the sea “鮑、參、翅、肚” including abalone, sea cucumber, shark fins and fish maw.

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    You need not clean as often as fish tanks! A power filter, with the the intake covered with netting to keep shrimp from being sucked in, works well to keep water clean.

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