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Who eats stinky fish?

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Surströmming (pronounced [ˈsʉ̂ːˌʂʈrœmːɪŋ]; Swedish for ''sour herring'') is a lightly-salted fermented Baltic Sea herring traditional to Swedish cuisine since at least the 16th century.

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    Method 2:

    1. Boil the dried fish maw with slices of gingers and shallots to remove the fishy smell. ...
    2. Let the to water boil and cook the Fish Maw for 30 seconds then left it to cool with the lid closed until it is soften, likely about 8-9 hours.
    3. Finally, rinse the puffed Fish Maw again and it is ready to cook.
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    Loaches are opportunistic, while they don't typically hunt other fish if they see an opportunity to eat a smaller fish they will. Some of the more aggressive Botiine loaches will sometimes go after smaller fish. I would move the endlers to another tank or they likely will slowly disappear.

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