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12/09/2005
Something fishy for you by: Leslie Bunder
FILED UNDER DAILY JEWS >> Food & Drink
Chopped Herring
Chopped Herring
Do you have fond memories of your bubbe's cooking and a hankering for the foods from yesteryear?  Well, something every bubbe would have made is chopped herring. She would have been up late a night with mincing the picked herring and adding some onions, sugar and apple to it.
 
Now, Mr Freed's has added chopped herring to its range of kosher delights and made sure it kept to the traditional ingredients.
 
Produced in a 200g container, this manufactured version of your bubbe's classic, would make her proud and she would probably try and pass it off as her own when entertaining guests, it really is that good. Unlike other producers of chopping herring, Mr Freed's does not add egg to the mix making it a top choice for those who love chopped herring but don't like it when boiled egg is added to it.
 
Delicious on challah, perfect for pitta and munchable on a matzo, this chopped herring has got it all and of course is quite low in calories. If you want to pig out and eat half a tub, then 100g of chopped herring comes in at 198 calories.
 
Give Mr Freed's chopped herring a try. Your bubbe would be proud.
 
For more information on Mr Freed's, visit: www.greatfood.org.uk
 
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