herring tidbit

herring tidbit
gaffel bitar (semi-preserved fat herring, gilled or headless, with 10-12% salt and sometimes benzoic acid added. The product is ripened in barrels at moderate temperature, then filleted, skinned and cut into \'tidbit\' pieces, packed with spiced brine, and also with vinegar or with sauces in cans or glass jars. Also called tidbits or fork tidbits)

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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