Watch pink and fleshy fish wiggle like handless fingers before being scoofed. backposted on Mon, 23 Jul at 12:39
And although we can’t say it’d be our first choice to be wrapped up with a large portion of chips on a Friday night (that distinction goes to the battered sausage), it is a popular ingredient in Asian cuisine.
Usually eaten raw in parts of Japan and Korea, it is also used as bait for snaring other sea creatures. Or tackle, to use another angling term.
And in Chinese cuisine, the Often dried and powdered to be used as an umami enhancer , the penis fish’s savoury taste should probably be used as evidence for the old adage of ‘don’t judge a book by its cover’.
Still, flavorsome or not, we tend not to eat books and so reserve the right to only nosh on what we like the look of.
Please, don’t bring up sausages now. Don’t make us think about it and take sausages away from us.