Freelance travel guide Amanda Omeychua's culinary efforts have drawn international attention. Photo: Amanda Omeychua Freelance travel guide Amanda Omeychua's culinary efforts have drawn international attention. Photo: Amanda Omeychua
Freelance travel guide Amanda Omeychua's culinary efforts have drawn international attention. Photo: Amanda Omeychua
Malaysia

‘It can be eaten’: Malaysian woman says she’s no odd fish, despite reaction to her koi soup

  • When around 20 koi belonging to Amanda Omeychua died on Sunday, she turned them into a meal, prompting international incredulity
  • But she has taken the comments in her stride, saying she cooks and eats all her dead fish – and quipping that if her new koi meet the same fate, she might ‘try them with turmeric and chilli’

Topic |   Malaysia
Freelance travel guide Amanda Omeychua's culinary efforts have drawn international attention. Photo: Amanda Omeychua Freelance travel guide Amanda Omeychua's culinary efforts have drawn international attention. Photo: Amanda Omeychua
Freelance travel guide Amanda Omeychua's culinary efforts have drawn international attention. Photo: Amanda Omeychua
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