Reactions Science Videos | June 27, 2018
Surstromming, Swedish for sour herring, is legendary for its powerful stink. But it's all a result of the chemistry of preserving food. This week on Reactions, we learn about the world's smelliest food with help from the people who know it best.
Strictly anaerobic halophiles isolated from canned Swedish fermented herrings (Surströmming)
Surströmming: What you need to know before trying Sweden's fermented herring
Surströmming Revisited: Eating Sweden's Famously Stinky Fish
Fermented and ripened fish products in the northern European countries
Fish Spoilage Mechanisms and Preservation Techniques: Review
A review on mechanisms and commercial aspects of food preservation and processing
Protect Yourself from Botulism
Beware: the surströmming is let out of the can!
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