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Maldive Fish in Seattle?


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Maldive Fish in Seattle?

equinoise | Sep 19, 2008 12:25 PM

And here is another post seeking advice on retail South Asian obscura.

Maldive Fish is boiled, dried, smoked and hardened skipjack tuna, commonly used in Sri Lankan cooking. See The wiki indicates it may be produced in a manner similar to the Japanese Katsuobushi; aka dried bonito.

I have seen an online source, but before I dip in, does anyone know where this might be found in the metro area? I tried last night at Apna Bazaar in Bellevue to no avail.


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