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Karasumi curing in Taiwan

Taiwanese women curing the finest Karasumi during harvesting season. Karasumi, or mullet roe, is a highly valued Japanese/Taiwanese delicacy solely made in Taiwan during the fish's winter migration-- just in time for Chinese New Year.

TAGS: Agriculture, Culture, Taiwan

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Date Taken: 01.2016
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PHOTO LOCATION Kaohsiung, Taiwan