Jack's Captain Cooked Abalone Meat, Frozen 16ct 150 g

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Jack's Captain Cooked Abalone Meat, Frozen 16ct 150 g
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Reviews (13)
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QY
A lot of them, very affordable, they are suitable for cooking noodles and stir-frying.
z w w
Braised with pork belly, it tastes good
yanniekwong
Not much taste and quite small, but for its price point, i feel it is worth it. If it is on discount again, will consider rebuying
sammicen
Buy it for the first time. Although the abalone is small, it is quite elastic. This time together with Lee Kum Kee's canned abalone. It's because of being lazy, so I just use the abalone juice in the tin to make it together. Save time and effort 🤗 Tonight I will make a claypot abalone chicken with some broccoli at the bottom, the meat and vegetables are all ready! This little abalone can be restocked! 16 is not enough!
weee.8501855
This little abalone is good. Will continue to repurchase.
簡珍妮
Very small, 16 brushes are so tiring! There is no umami 😔
g
Came with broken package. Brought it on sale. Good size abalone meat, I am going braise it with oyster sauce, chicken, scallops. It’s fully cooked, more easily to handle.
Tol
There are 19 tiny pieces , cooked but unclean. Bake according to instruction but no abalone taste & rubbery. Not recommended.
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Detail
Origin:
China
Unit Qty:
150 g
Chemical-substances:
Mercury, Cadmium.
Description

Farmed raise abalone cooked meat

Origin: China 

Production Date: Reference to the package 

Shelflife: 24 months 

Ingredients: Abalone, Water 

Keep Frozen 


Jack's Captain Cooked Abalone Meat, Frozen 16ct


WARNING-California Proposition 65: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including Mercury、Cadmium which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/food

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