I just bought some black cod kasuzuke at the Japanese grocer because it sounded interesting to try. Anyone want to chime in on the best way to prepare it? My plan right now just includes soy sauce, green onion, mirin, hot oil. Is there a typical side dish served with it? Also, would you wash off the marinating sauce of sake lees or kind of grill the fish in its own juices, as it were? Thanks for any help.
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So, I was going to go to the liquor store to buy a bottle of sake for all these yummy recipes. Then I remembered there's a 10-year-old bottle (never opened) of sake in the cabinet, which we were given.
So, is it still any good, or will it be toxic?