Consumption And Processing

Different countries have different preferences and eating habits, and thus have different ways of preparing and eating eels. In Europe, the main eel consumers are the Germans, Dutch, Danes, and Swedes. These consumers commonly prefer smoked eel, which ranks as an expensive and luxurious food. The British also eat eels, but prefer the jellied type.

In the Far East, the main eel-eating country is Japan, where it is a custom to eat roasted eel (kabayaki) especially on the Ushinohi (a special eel-eating day near the end of July). The Japanese believe that the eel is nutritious and can make up for overexhaustion during the summer. Eel is also consumed widely in Taiwan, the People's Republic of China, Korea, and Hong Kong.

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