Thursday, November 13, 2014

So red

Fish - MYR3, Vege (Kangkung - water convolvulus and mixed vegetables chinese cabbage - wong nga pak - stirfry) - MYR2 each, Very small portion of rice - MYR0.60 so total is MYR7.60

Although the fish seems cooked well but when I was eating it, red liquid was oozing out and as you can see from the photo, it is so red. It was definitely not a good eating experience but I ate every morsel on the plate.

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  1. I dont know about others, maybe it's just me.. Call me weird, but I seriously don't mind the red (raw) thingy especially in white cut chicken or fish or pork liver or kidney.. I can finish everything, even slurp the 'bloody' liquid from the chicken.. Errrr is it just me?

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    1. Every single one of my friends from Ipoh are like you (stereotyping Ipoh mode). When they cook, they even intentionally undercook chicken just so that they can get some bloody juice out of it.
      I wonder if Claire is the same..

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    2. Ooooo, Princess Ribbon could be from the Cullen family! ;p

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    3. Realgunner, I think that only applies to chicken not fish.

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  2. I think this happens if the fish is not completely defrosted. No matter how well they deep fry it or cook it, it will still be uncooked inside.

    It is probably something like that horrible thing they do in China - wrap the head of the fish in ice...and deep-fry so that when they eat the fish, the head would still be alive...eyes looking at the people and all!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wb28IYXBi9A

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  3. Oh dear, no,, I would leave the fish alone the moment I see the red.. Maybe I'm kind of funny, but for me, the only indicator that the food i properly cooked would be the absence of blood in it.

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    1. So you don't eat rare steak when you are in USA?

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    2. Nope, I always go for medium well. The only raw meat I eat is sashimi and sushi..

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  4. Hello Mun,

    I think I never take fish when I am having chap fan.. don't know why but I just don't, haha.. maybe fish are
    charged at seasonal price, and I am too lazy to "dissect" the whole fish to separate the meat and bones.. I guess this incident is more frequent on chicken huh?? but then I always take only chicken breast, so the chance I see blood on bones is almost none!! haha~~

    Hope you have a great day ahead.. :)

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    1. So when do you eat fish then? Never?

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  5. RM3 for the fish is cheap la. Must have been frozen fish. When take out to cook always have this problem

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  6. When it comes to fish, I just consol myself thinking raw fish also can eat. So not-fully-cooked also ok lor.

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    1. Only sashimi can be eaten. Only those fresh fish. Not fresh not recommend to eat raw.

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  7. Ooh, makes me nervous when seafood is not properly cooked. I've been sick once with seafood poisoning and never want to experience that again.

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    1. I'm sorry to hear about that. Must have been a really horrible experience for you.

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  8. Wah you paid such close attention to the fish bones!

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    1. The blood oozed out even before I reached the bones.

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  9. Ikan masak lemak anytime but minus the blood!

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  10. I'm surprised that the fish isn't cooked through as it's quite a small pc. Ooo....I don't like blood oozing from fish or chicken, on steaks and pork liver....ok lar....in fact, yumsss! :D

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    1. Guess it must have been frozen like what STP and small kucing explained.

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  11. ewwww....like eating raw fish....i dun like bloody taste in meat (chicken, fish, beef etc), though sometimes out of hunger i would jst swallow it.

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  12. Eeeks! I think the fish was not completely defrosted when it was cooked. That's why got blood. Happened to me before with fish and chicken. But so far quite lucky did not suffer any ill effects.

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    1. Lucky for me too that I am ok after eating this fish.

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    1. Very geli while eating it. *shudders*

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