There is a fish named Amago, it swims in a river nearby, and like all Salmonids they spawn in fresh water, but in many cases, the fish spend most of their lives at sea, returning to the rivers only to reproduce. They are predators, and feed on small crustaceans, aquatic insects, and smaller fish.
Last night, a skewered version, this is not post rigamortis, is roasted over a charcoal fire, and then served in long-boat along with multiple others, presented immaculately on bamboo leaves.
The taste as expected, perfect and these seasonal Salmonoids, after-all are local trout found in local river waters.
Categories: Life Cycles