Anchovy

Anchovy

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Encyclopedia of Food and Cookery

A member of the herring family. Anchovies are often eaten fresh where caught, but are more familiar to most people as salted fillets packed in oil. They are also made into a paste, which is used as a spread for toast, or an extract to flavour sauces, etc.

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