You can also serve this cured fish with poached eggs for breakfast, served on rye crispbread with finely sliced cucumber and radishes, or chopped in chunky jewels in a salad.
If you love tuna but recognise that it is no longer a sustainable option, try Bonito. Bonito are in the same family and offer a similar texture and flavour. These fish are a great deal smaller and a whole lot cheaper than tuna at $15–$20 per kilo compared to $60–$70. Serving fish that are not endangered will also make for a more enjoyable repast.
Marble Platter courtesy of The Lost and Found Department
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