FTC Confessions


It’s cured tuna and is sort of like little pieces of fishy beef jerky. Us Sri Lankans use it in a lot of our dishes, my favorite being Lunu Miris. I like the “umami” and chewiness of it in the avocado toast.

You can usually find this at most Indian grocery stores:


Thanks. I’m going to pick one up and try it on the avocado toast. Will seek out some other uses for it.


Hope you like it! It can be considered as an acquired taste. :sweat_smile:


When we go eat jjajangmyun at Paik’s Noodle on Beach Blvd we bring kim chee from home because they only give you the yellow pickles. We also stop at BBQ Chicken across the street and get 20 of the spicy little BB Wings and eat them in the outside courtyard. People usually give us sideways looks but I’m thinking you’re the one who needs to check yo self for not having the foresight to eat great chicken wings with jjajangmyun. And yes we brought kim chee too sucka.