Herring for Pickling


Captain Paul Peluso filet, and prepares herring for pickling - this is part One and his wife Katrina prepares the pickling and completes this recipe in part two click here to watch part 2

Sometime ago, we shared a post about eating herring while we were in The Netherlands.

We received an anonymous comment that stressed that the:
Dutch herring isn't PICKLED, so NO VINEGAR!

It also isn't COOKED, so NO OVEN.
Oh, and NO PEPPERCORNS, NO BAYLEAF, NO STALKS OF PARSLEY either.
Dutch herring is RAW herring, left for some time in a very light BRINE, which is water and SALT, NOT VINEGAR!!!
There are so many ways to eat the Herring! Have fun!!





Zannnie

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