Malay: terubok

  • Rani_Author

    Senior Member
    Indonesia - Indonesian
    Yes. 100 % true in that context. Because, basically terubok is available and prepared in two versions, the fresh ones and the dried+salted version. But, basically, salted fish is "ikan masin" in Malay and "ikan asin" in Indonesian. While terubok is toli shad/ Chinese herring fish (which is an oily fish with a lot of scales and Y-shaped bones). :)
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