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Better put your hearing glasses on ;).

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Sounds like red herring to me.

:-)

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You haven't had herring until you've tried selodka :).

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When I think of kippered herring I think of split and smoked herring. I dunno, maybe they also pickle them...?

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Pickled herring and fermented herring sound like 2 different things. I like pickled herring, I don't think I'd like fermented herring.

Seriously Norway? Your contribution to the culinary world are fermented herring and lutefisk? OK, I'll cut you some slack with lefse.

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blt let me know when you make it to size 2 ha ha

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pickeled herring is really salted marinated herring in a wine sauce which is 95% wine vinegar and herbs and spices..........

I think the aforementioned is kippered herring

pickeled herring has a mild sweet smell from the spices sugar and wine vinnegar

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According to Wiki, pickled herring (surstromming) is a staple of northern Swedish cuisine. There's more in the article, but there was a particularly pertinent paragraph....

"When opened, the contents release a strong and sometimes overwhelming odour; the dish is ordinarily eaten outdoors. According to a Japanese study, a newly opened can of surströmming has one of the most putrid food smells in the world, even more so than similarly fermented fish dishes such as the Korean Hongeohoe or Japanese Kusaya.[4]"

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I'm curious how someone becomes a fermented herring expert, let alone becoming the fermented herring expert called in to investigate an expanding can of herring.

Maybe I don't want to know.

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Was a bad boy at lunch, so its micro wave scrambled eggs with a slice of dry toast, with a cup of tea.

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