Whitebait is usually eaten as fritters or patties made with eggs. More whitebait and less egg is the preferred mix as the egg mainly serves to bind the mixture. Dollops are then fried in a pan. The fritters are often eaten between slices of buttered bread.
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Photographs by Carl Walrond
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