Wednesday, June 6, 2018


Kipper is a whole herring, a small oily fish, split with butterfly technique from tail to head along its back, removed from its bowels, salted or acidified, and smoked cold (cold) on wood (usually oak) with small flame.
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In the United Kingdom, the Isle of Man, Japan, and a small part of North America, kipper is often consumed as breakfast. On the island of Great Britain, kipper, along with salted fish (not the same as salted fish in Indonesia generally) or smoked fish such as bloater and buckling, have also been enjoyed by the general public during afternoon tea (high tea, tea time) or supper, especially most popular in the urban and inland working classes before World War II.