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Slurping Down Headless, Raw Fish in the Netherlands

The salty, slippery Dutch new herring rules Scheveningen in the Netherlands, so much so that the fish adorns the town’s flag. The raw fish is brined for up to a year before being served to customers who swallow the herring skinned and whole. Back in Amsterdam, the herring is prepared a bit differently—chopped up and served on a plate. But any way you like it, it’s a delicious, nutritious Dutch delicacy.

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Scheveningen, Netherlands.

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