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white fish

(in the British fishing industry) any edible marine fish or invertebrate in which the main reserves of fat are in the liver, excluding herring, trout, sprat, mackerel, salmon, and shellfish
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I wanted a baked white fish that is a satisfying, comforting, homey food that I could feel good about feeding my family, and that I could make easily on a weeknight.
Accad calls it "Fish Shawarma" -- a nod to its fast, street-food style preparation: Arabic bread slathered in lemony tarator tahini sauce, grilled or pan-fried white fish filet, tomatoes, a few slices of avocado and a sprinkling of fresh chopped cilantro.
However, RFF have since been given evidence of further white fish mislabelling at the same store last month.
He said his sales of the traditional Now Ruz white fish from the Caspian had fallen because the price of a kilo of white fish had soared as much as 50 percent to 120,000 rials or about $10.
The Dutch-owned company, which specialises in white fish and has an annual turnover of about [euro] 23om, is currently talking to UK retailers and foodservice companies about two of its products-Pure Fish Label, a branded range of sustainable fish products free from artificial preservatives and additives, and Lovet, a new technology for healthier, lower-fat breaded fish.
Dark fish (salmon, mackerel and bluefish) significantly reduce heart failure risk than either tuna or white fish (sole, snapper and cod).
com/) six weeks ago, demand for pout fillets have been such a hit with shoppers that it has achieved 50 per cent of sales of cod fillets - the UK's most popular white fish.
2 basis points on the back of a stronger local currency and weak white fish prices.
Now, what quick and delicious, inventive dish can you create with white fish, peas, and asparagus?
White fish and leek gratin THIS dish makes an economical, tasty meal with white fish and leeks in a light cheese sauce.
The dish is packed with white fish, mussels, prawns, sweetcorn, potato and herbs in a creamy broth, just pounds 3.
The topping can be used on any firm white fish or with chicken fillets.