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Goodbye Meat, Hello Fish...

FINALLY FISHY BUSINESS... Not pun intended... 

I finally found not one but two seafood deliveries.... both also recommended by my friends and now my fridge is full of fish, prawns and other seafood varieties.  During last year MCO, it was always meat and more meat in my fridge and this year, I have abundant fish.  Yes, I think I overbought them.... at the moment I have around 16 to 18 pieces of fish in my fridge!  LOL... crazy me!

Besides fish, I bought prawns too, shelled and unshelled from two different online stores.  Both offer free delivery above RM50, that is easily achieved cos fish are normally more costly than meat.  I guess I do not need to do any more online delivery or marketing for at least a month.  

One delivery offers these.... RM105 
1 kg of prawns....RM29
BBQ mini dumplings RM6
A good buy... 
Will certainly go for other stuff when this lot is finished..... 

Comments

  1. It is a nice change to have seafood after eating meat and more meat! I have a lot of oinks oinks in my freezer and some prawns. When buying online, I tend to get carried away and order a bit too much.

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  2. Oooo...lovely fish & seafood. I've a stall near my house, will go there to buy fresh fish, prawns, sotong when I want any.
    These frozen salmon and cod, I get from the shop in the next lane - my girl loves to eat those. They sell those frozen tiger prawns from Sabah too...and fresh homemade dumplings as well, only RM2 but so so only lah, good enough, nothing to get excited about.

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  3. I prefer fishes anytime than meat. Good to store up, so need to go out so often.

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  4. But fish is less fulfilling compared to meat. I can go carbless with meat but not with fish, that's why fish is not my main diet still... :(

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  5. Love your stock of frozen fish and prawns. I think even if you eat them everyday u will need one month to clear them.

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  6. It looks really nice, and packaged so well! You were wise to stock up!

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  7. I see that you ordered Cod and Salmon. I have finished all the seafood, now will target the meat. Hope to get some seafood on my next trip to the shops.

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  8. I love all seafood and fishes! Boil them them together and make delicious Tom Yum Soup. Invite me please!

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  9. The way your frozen prawns (sea prawns?) were packed look similar to the ones I get from my online supplier....wrapped in plastic (in ice) in a paper box. At RM29, it looks like a good deal, not sure the size though. That fish (with the salmon), is that cod fish? How much for a piece? I think prices in Ipoh are cheaper. I wish my supplier has cod fish for sale.

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