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  • monkfish

    Monkfish

    Monkfish have a mildly sweet taste and a firm, dense texture and is sometimes called “poor man’s lobster” due to its similar taste & texture. Quality fillets should be off-white or pale gray when raw.

     

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  • opah

    Opah

    Fresh Opah, also called Moonfish, has translucent pinkish flesh and beautiful multi-colored skin. The tender top loin of Opah is a light salmon-orange or pink-rose color and is often used for sashimi. The flavor of the top loin is sweet & lean with a texture somewhat like tuna.

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  • ora-king

    Ora King Salmon

    Ora King salmon is a good-sized fish that is farm-raised in New Zealand. The flesh is firm, moist, and oily and has a large flake. King salmon’s attractive orange/red color, delicate texture, and characteristic rich flavor make it very appealing when served either raw, cooked, or smoked.

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  • halibut

    Pacific Halibut

    It is a thick white flesh fish, with shades of pink along the dividing line of a whole filet and following the pink into the meat of the fish. The lack of strong flavors lends itself to pairing with a wide variety of sauces and toppings making it one of the most versatile fish in the kitchen.

     

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  • parrotfish

    Parrotfish

    Parrotfish, named for their strong resemblance to their avian counterpart, appear in an array of brilliant colors, ranging from coral reds to vivacious violets to bright turquoise. The fillets are white, meaty, and easy to saute or braise.

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  • pink porgy

    Pink Porgy

    Porgy is a versatile fish that can be used in many preparations, and its mild flavor works well with a variety of flavor accents. Dressed fish and steaks can be stuffed and baked.

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  • rainbowtrout

    Rainbow Trout (Idaho)

    Rainbow trout meat is mild, with a delicate, nut-like flavor. The flesh is tender, flaky and soft. The flesh of rainbow trout is white, pink or orange. When the meat is cooked, it has a delicate flake and the color pales.Trout feed can contain pigments to produce desired flesh colors. The fillets need to be firm, resilient and have a fresh appearance.

     

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  • Red Snapper

    Red Snapper is a lean, moist fish with a firm texture and a distinctive sweet, nutty flavor which makes it versatile for many flavor components from mild to intense seasoning. Many other fish are marketed as “Red Snapper” but are not the real thing so buy it with the skin on so you can verify the skin color.

     

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  • redfish

    Redfish

    Redfish or Red drum will have a mild, sweet flavor with a medium-firm texture. Not a steak texture like Shark or Swordfish and not as flaky as say a Flounder. If you have ever had Red Snapper the texture is about the same.

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