Eel Fish Maw
Eel Fish Maw called squid glue, squid belly. Made of sea bream, the squid is long, slender, and thin and hollow. The ends are pointed like horns and white is slightly yellow.
Fish Maw is an internal gas-filled organ found in most fish. Fish Maw can be used as an auxiliary respiratory organ to provide oxygen to fish. It is used as a raw material for seafood cooking in some Asian countries, including Chinese cuisine. The fish belly is rich in collagen, and its taste is not obvious and it has astringency. It is mainly made up of stew or fried garlic. In addition to being used as a tonic, fish gelatin can also be used for beauty and beauty.
Fish Maw is an internal gas-filled organ found in most fish. It is commonly used in Chinese cooking and in Chinese soups.