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“Dried Pollock soup”

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  • started 3 years ago by Josie
  1. I followed the ingredients as in the video but my soup had a slight bitter medicine aftertaste. Does anyone have an idea what could have gone wrong or is it supposed to have that bitter medicine aftertaste?

  2. Josie,
    Check out the taste of your dried pollock strips. As you see the recipes, the ingredients for the soup are very simple: dried pollock, water, sesame oil, garlic, radish, and salt or fish sauce.
    Dried pollock strips go bad easily if you don't keep them in the freezer. It should taste a little sweet when you chew it.

  3. Josie,
    Check out the taste of your dried pollock strips. As you see the recipes, the ingredients for the soup are very simple: dried pollock, water, sesame oil, garlic, radish, and salt or fish sauce.
    Dried pollock strips go bad easily if you don't keep them in the freezer. It should taste a little sweet when you chew it.

  4. Josie,
    Check out the taste of your dried pollock strips. As you see the recipes, the ingredients for the soup are very simple: dried pollock, water, sesame oil, garlic, radish, and salt or fish sauce.
    Dried pollock strips go bad easily if you don't keep them in the freezer. It should taste a little sweet when you chew it.

  5. Thank you! I will check the dried pollock when I buy it and make sure it is good....


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