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There are all kinds of things that wine shouldn't be made from. Fish, for example.

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"Sun Keman from the Chinese port city of Dalian has formed the Dalian Fisherman's Song Maritime Biological Brewery... The company intends to clean, boil and ferment fish for making wine. The product is said to be nutritious and low in alcohol."

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