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Zilla

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Fish and stuff like fresh tuna
« on: July 06, 2010, 04:34:09 PM »
I knew what fish was good back south where I used to live.  But now that I moved up here, I am faced with fish I never tasted before but hear about it all the time on the cooking shows.  So I am excited to cook with them.

My most favorite fish is fresh tuna.  I love it grilled, saute, baked whichever.  And I can get it locally but I know they are high in mercury.

So I need another fish that is similar to it in the sense that I don't like fishy taste, I like the clean ocean taste of the tuna.

Fish that is available here are halibut, bass, roughy, john dory, flounder and some others I can't think of the name right now.  I did discover sole, which is utterly delicious.

So which of those fishes I mentioned have the least fishy taste?


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