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Ready to serve and eat, these herring fillets are conveniently packed into a glass jar that can be resealed and refrigerated. Drizzle lightly with a bit of quality vinegar and top with raw onions for a traditionally Russian flavour.
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$6.99

 


Ready to serve and eat, these herring fillets are conveniently packed into a glass jar that can be resealed and refrigerated.

Drizzle lightly with a bit of quality vinegar and top with raw onions for a traditionally Russian flavour.

 


Ready to serve and eat, these herring fillets are conveniently packed into a glass jar that can be resealed and refrigerated.

Drizzle lightly with a bit of quality vinegar and top with raw onions for a traditionally Russian flavour.

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