dried squid


Most westerners probably wouldn’t like this, but a snack I loved growing up was dried squid. I remember going to a store with my grandpa when I was in elementary school that sold all kinds of dried fish snacks. But now I’m wondering if this store actually existed because I couldn’t find anything like it when I walked the neighborhood a decade later. In Korea, dried squid is also a popular snack with a normal and spicy version. My parents would buy a non-MSG version at Hmart until they stopped selling it. Most of the time dried squid is pretty expensive for a small bag but I was able to buy a huge one at the conventional market back in November. I keep forgetting about it though.



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