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Grouper Vs Sea Bass Taste

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Bob Roberts
• Saturday, 21 November, 2020
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Flavor/Texture : These oily fish have a reputation for tasting “fishy,” but high-quality anchovies have a meaty texture and a super umami-forward flavor. Flavor/Texture : This mild fish has a slightly sweet flavor and a medium-firm texture that eats juicy when cooked properly.

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Some people soak catfish in milk or salt water to remove its somewhat muddy flavor. Substitutes : The best alternative for this one is black cod (also called sable fish), which is often touted as a more sustainable option.

Flavor/Texture : Although cod has a delicate, flaky texture, it’s also resiliently meaty and can hold up to just about any cooking method. It’s prized for its meaty, sweet flavor and boasts an impressively firm texture with big flakes.

Substitutes : Any fish with meaty texture works well here, like swordfish, marlin or shark. Can be used to describe many kinds of saltwater fish, including striped bass, rock cod, redfish and ocean perch.

Flavor/Texture : A mild fish with a slightly nutty flavor, a medium texture and a fine flake. Substitutes : Swap in one of the many fish synonymous with rock fish, or look for red snapper, porgy or cod.

Most people marinate shark meat to remove the naturally occurring ammonia flavor. Flavor/Texture : Although it’s a lean fish, properly cooked snapper is moist with a mild, sweet flavor and a delicate but firm texture.

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Substitutes : Any whitefish with a delicate flavor will work here, like tile fish, flounder or grouper. When cooked, this fish flakes easily but sushi-grade tuna can be consumed raw and has a delicate, melt-in-your-mouth quality.

Substitutes : Choose a whitefish with a flaky texture, like haddock, rock fish or snapper. The sour cream dill sauce is subtly seasoned with horseradish so that it doesn't overpower the delicate salmon flavor.

This was partly due to its cheap price, but the main reason was a name change, from Patagonian tooth fish to sea bass. Before we start, it’s important to point out that sea bass is a generic term that includes a range of different fish varieties.

They all share similar characteristics, but we’ll provide details of some best-known types and their flavors below. Sea bass is a white fish that has a mild delicate flavor with a subtle sweetness that is similar to grouper or cod.

The flesh is moist, buttery, and tender, with firm medium-sized flakes like haddock. Sea bass is an excellent choice for people with a sensitive palate that don’t enjoy “fishy tasting” seafood.

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On a flavor scale, this fish would be placed at the opposite end from anchovies or sardines. FeatureDescriptionFlavorMild, delicate, sweetTextureMoist, buttery, meaty, firmFlakesMedium sizedOilinessLeanColor (cooked)White Fish flavor guides: We’ve created in-depth guides on a range of popular fish types.

The flavor and texture will vary depending on the type of sea bass you eat. It is found on the Atlantic Coast and is a small fish with white, firm flesh and delicate flavor.

The texture of black sea bass fillets has unique small flakes; its lean flesh makes it prone to overcooking, resulting in a dry fish. We always recommend checking that the fish has been caught sustainably as there are strict quotas on this variety, due to overfishing.

The European sea bass is found in the warmer waters of the Black Sea and Mediterranean. The species are farmed, but if you can get hold freshly caught wild sea bass, it will have a better flavor.

It has a widespread habitat, living on both sides of the Pacific; the Northern Channel Islands is a popular place to find them. It is a good eating fish that is similar to Hawaiian Snapper, with a delicate taste and white flaky meat.

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If possible, give the eye a quick poke to ensure that is bounces back. Buying frozen sea bass is a handy option as they haven’t had the chance to go bad.

You can often find bags of frozen fish at large stores like Costco or online. Pan-seared in olive oil or butter with salt and pepper is a quick and easy option.

Seasoning: dill, oregano, thyme, parsley, garlic, salt and pepper, lemon. Side dishes: rice, potatoes, quinoa, steamed vegetables, couscous.

Wine: Sake, a crisp sauvignon blanc, or a dry rosé. This is not an offensive, pungent type of seafood; instead, it is likely to appeal to most people, including children and fussy eaters.

Just watch the cooking time and check regularly to make sure it doesn’t dry out. I had a reader ask for a list of mild tasting fish and their texture.

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I wanted to get some feedback on a theory that I hope is completely false, but frankly, I'm concerned. Went offshore last week to try to catch a limit of grouper before the season goes out and went up to 40 miles out hitting nearly 20 ledges on our GPS.

Skiff, your theory is right. With little to NO harvest all year they took over most all ledges. It would have been better to kill&release all year but it's too late now. There won't be anyone fishing with BG closed next 4 mos. Sure hope they {bass} don't eat EVERYTHING out there! When will bass migrate back north ? Anyone knows? You're welcome N/Hatteras Virginia. You should be made up. Check out some Gulf of Mexico fishing sites, and they are having the same problem but with American red snapper, they are eating the other species out of house and home, literally.

I believe that the BSB population will at the very least change the migratory habits of our grouper, and other game fish. More than likely they will go farther offshore and become harder to reach for most anglers, they will also be more dispersed.

Open up a BSB, and they are stuffed full of juvenile vermilion snapper Freaking things are a nuisance Don't worry though, they will get pushed offshore shortly as the hordes of endangered dog fish begin to arrive to spawn.

Also, we stayed away from the usual cut baits to keep the sharks somewhat at bay.but if they became too thick, we would pull up and drink a couple beers to allow them to disperse. I don't know, can someone shed more light on this situation. I asked the SFMC this very question at their propaganda show in Raleigh.

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Specifically, I asked regarding rec angler intercepts and phone surveys. Since FL has such a high rec angler population and relatively low BSB population since it is the extreme southernmost end of their range, my theory is that the data coming in is heavily weighted towards the parts of the BSB range where they are not naturally present.

It has the texture of chicken (little tougher meat than most fish) but very mild flavor. Squid Row wrote:Steve wrote:Oh by the way does anyone know how to make one Atlantic Sharp nose Shark taste good? Gut them immediately (while still alive) and ice them down.

As Rodeo stated, the grouper will usually show up after you get a feeding frenzy started. The key is to use big live baits, anchor and release about 50 BSB.

At some point the grouper will come to check out the action and push the BSB out of the way. I have not caught hardly any grouper on jigs inside 140' since the BSB have multiplied.

I have some friends who dive and the gag grouper populations are very healthy. If you overpopulate a single species then biodiversity goes to hell and you get a multitude of unintended consequences.

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When the striped bass moratorium went into effect, there were weakfish (gray trout), craters, spot, tons of herring, and eels in great abundance in the bay and the tributaries. Spots are “imported” from the Chesapeake, and purchased by people live for $2.50 a piece (retail) for stripper bait (really, I'm not making this up).

We, as sportsmen saw this coming as (when it was legal) the best large stripper bait was a 14" weakfish. I support the RFA and send letters,, however it feels a lot like p**ING in the wind.

Suitable for broiling, baking, or pan-frying, it has a delicate flavor and soft, rather dark flesh that firms and lightens when cooked. Carp: This freshwater fish is a favorite with two diverse ethnic groups: Chinese cooks like to poach or steam it whole, while Eastern European Jews use it for making defile fish and also serve it poached, with a sweet-and-sour sauce.

It is also a difficult fish to skin and bone, so you may prefer to buy fillets. With its snow-white flesh, firm, rich texture, and melt-in-your-mouth flavor, Chilean sea bass has become extremely popular.

Mackerel is loaded with omega-3 fatty acids; some varieties have a stronger, oilier flavor than other fish. Its rather oily, firm, white meat has a delicate flavor and is best cooked by broiling, grilling, or baking in parchment.

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The fish is excellent broiled, though baking, poaching, and steaming are also suitable cooking methods. Salmon is usually sold in files or cut into steaks, depending on the size and variety.

Shad : This member of the herring family is famous for its tasty roe as well as its rich flesh. Shad is at its best in the spring, when it enters inland waters on both the Atlantic and Pacific Northwest coasts to spawn.

Females bear large sacs of roe weighing up to 3/4 pound each, which are considered a great delicacy. Because of its high fat content, shad remains moist and delicious when baked or broiled.

Bluefish: This plentiful Atlantic fish is a great fighter, making it popular with sport fishermen. However, it ranges over a wide area during its lifespan and may be exposed to many contaminants, including PCs and mercury.

Although its exceptionally rich flavor has given bluefish a “high-fat” reputation, it actually has only 4.6 grams of fat per 3-ounce cooked serving. Though once caught in rivers and streams, it is now farmed in ponds and sold fresh and frozen all over the country.

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The fish has a smooth but tough skin that can be difficult to remove, so it’s preferable to buy fillets or nuggets. Although traditionally fried, catfish are also delicious baked, grilled, poached, sautéed, or in stews.

A similar fish, called Pacific cod, is caught on the West Coast. The flesh is firm, white, and mild in flavor, and this very lean fish can be cooked by almost any method.

Flounder: This widely available flatfish, which can be found on nearly every American coastline, has a mild flavor and light texture that have made it a longstanding favorite. If you see Dover sole on a restaurant menu, it may be imported from England (and will be priced accordingly) or it may be a type of Pacific flounder that is sometimes called by this name in the United States.

This very large fish is usually marketed in fillets or steaks, more commonly frozen (or thawed) than fresh. You can also substitute firm, white-fleshed halibut fillets in flounder or sole recipes.

Whole ling cod, which weigh 3 to 10 pounds and up, are usually sold dressed, and markets also carry fillets and steaks. Caught primarily in Pacific waters, it is most often sold in fillets or steaks, fresh or frozen, with the skin attached to hold the fish together during cooking.

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Mahi-mahi has dense, sweet, moist flesh something like swordfish, and it can be cooked in the same ways: baked, broiled, and poached. This saltwater fish is so ugly that the head is cut off, and its thick, tapering tail section is sold whole or in fillets.

Also called goose fish or angler fish, monkish has appeared on many American restaurant menus in recent years. (Monkish is sometimes referred to as “poor man’s lobster.”) It can be poached, sautéed, stir-fried, cut into medallions, or used in chowders and soups.

Orange roughly: This small saltwater fish is mostly imported from New Zealand and sold in the form of frozen fillets. It has become quite popular, probably because its firm, slightly sweet white flesh possesses an adaptable “neutral” flavor like that of flounder.

Orange roughly can be cooked by almost any method and substituted for other mild-flavored, white-fleshed fish such as cod, haddock, and halibut. Yellow perch and walleye from the Great Lakes are the most familiar American types.

Weighing 3 pounds or fewer, this fish has firm, flaky white flesh and is sold whole, dressed, and as fillets. Small perch is most commonly sautéed, but can also be baked, broiled, or poached.

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Its intricate bone structure can make filleting this fish difficult. The flesh is flaky and somewhat dry, so it’s best to bake pike with a moist stuffing or a sauce, or poach it.

Porgy (cup): This mild, delicate-tasting fish has a big following on the East Coast. It can be found dressed, whole, and occasionally filleted, and is often served pan fried.

Rock fish (ocean perch): Fish of this large family go by many names. All types of rock fish/ocean perch have mild, firm, white flesh and have become very popular throughout the United States.

Market size is 2 to 5 pounds and the fish are sold mostly in the form of thick fillets, which can be cooked by just about any method. It is marketed mostly in the Northeast and is popular as a steamed or fried dish in Chinese restaurants.

Red and black groupers are taken from southern Atlantic waters and the Gulf of Mexico. Weighing from 3 to 20 pounds, they are sold fresh as steaks or fillets, which are best broiled, poached, sautéed, or stuffed and baked.

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The same cooking methods are also suitable for white sea bass, a West Coast fish from a different family that typically weighs 10 to 15 pounds and is sold whole, pan-dressed, or in thick fillets or steaks. Shark (make, dogfish): If you aren’t a fish lover, you may nevertheless find this notorious predator appealing as food.

Shark has a lean, meaty, “sunfish” texture, a mild flavor, and is free of bones, due to its cartilaginous skeleton. Make shark, which can weigh up to 1,000 pounds, are similar to swordfish in texture and flavor.

Dogfish is a small shark averaging about 2 feet long with firm, rich flesh. Fresh shark may have a slight odor of ammonia, which can be lessened by soaking the fish in salted water, milk, or water and lemon juice for a few hours, then rinsing it before cooking.

If shark has a strong ammonia odor, it has not been properly treated after it was caught; pass it up. Skate flesh has striations of muscle that make it resemble crab meat in texture, and its flavor is similar to that of scallops or other shellfish.

Smelt: This small, delicately flavored fish is related to salmon. You can recognize the real thing by its bright red skin, usually left on the fillets to identify it, and its light-colored flesh.

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Because red snapper tends to be expensive, you’re more likely to find it in a restaurant than in your fish market. Once abundant on both coasts, striped bass has become much rarer because of overfishing and contamination with PCs, and commercial fishing is now banned in most Eastern states and in California.

Another drawback to swordfish is that many fish have been found to contain large concentrations of mercury. Other big fish, such as shark, are also susceptible to mercury contamination, but swordfish have been found to contain the highest levels.

Since this problem was discovered, the FDA has monitored both domestic and imported swordfish very closely. This firm-fleshed, mild tasting fish can be prepared like flounder or snapper.

This fish was not very popular until a few years ago, but now is increasingly available and worth seeking out for its firm, pinkish-white flesh that has some sweetness of lobster or scallops. Tile fish can be substituted for other white-fleshed fish such as cod, where its sweet flavor will be a bonus.

Rainbow trout, the most frequently available, is sold fresh or frozen throughout the country all year. It is an immensely popular game fish, but only farm-raised rainbows are sold commercially.

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Trout generally have mild, sweet flesh, though texture, flavor, and fat content vary. Tuna is a member of the mackerel family, and may weigh up to 1,500 pounds, depending on the species.

Weakfish are sold whole, dressed, and in fillets, and can be substituted for striped bass, or for less flavorful fish such as cod and Pollock. Bake whole large weakfish, and grill, broil, or steam smaller fish and fillets.

One of my coworkers asked me what I think the best tasting fish in the world is recently and I had to think about it for a minute, then realized I’m pretty torn on my top 5 but can at least narrow down my favorites to only a handful. After that I started bouncing around the web a little and noticed that there’s not a single good rankings of the best tasting fish in the world, so I figured I’d toss together a quick list of the best tasting fish around.

I grew up with a boat in Florida and spent several days a week on the water. So no, I’m not qualified to write the definitive rankings for ‘the best tasting fish in the world’ but my list is better than yours, so suck it.

We used to catch these in the Smokey Mountains in North Carolina when I was a kid and would cook them camping. The flat body lends it perfectly too cooking, just prepare it with a little lemon butter and/or fry it up and you’re in business.

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Caught from the Chesapeake Bay on down to the Florida Keys and all throughout the Caribbean, it’s one of my all-time favorites. People salivate over swordfish like it’s a gift from the gods, but sometimes it’s really not all that tasty.

I think what people tend to forget is the fish you’re ordering in a restaurant has been vetted, it’s not some bottom feeding specimen you pulled in on your buddy’s Boston Whaler, this is a restaurant-caliber fish and holy shit is Cod delicious. 19) Speckled Sea Trout: For a while these fish were hard to come by in parts of Florida.

Due to a combination of random cold fronts and a few brutal hurricanes the speckled sea trout fishery was decimated. You can pretty much catch them on any grass flat across Florida or throughout the Gulf of Mexico, and they’ll strike anything that’s shiny and moves.

18) Chilean Sea Bass : Fun fact, the Chilean Sea Bass has forever been known as the ‘Patagonian Tooth fish’, but apparently that name wasn’t very marketable and the fish didn’t sell much worldwide. As I’ve stated before the best fish is whatever’s freshest, and if you can get fresh salmon (Pacific Northwest on up) it’s tasty as hell.

If you’re deeply into salmon it’s simply because you haven’t tasted enough other fish yet to know what you actually like. Actual yellowtail caught from the cool waters of California is fucking delicious, and it’s also a fish that fights like hell so if you catch it yourself it tastes even better because you feel like you’ve truly earned that fish.

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15) Catfish: Blackened or fried, this is one of the best tasting fish worldwide BUT ONLY when it’s prepared by someone who knows how to season and cook it properly. 14) Blue Marlin: I didn’t want to include this on my list only because I don’t actively support the killing of billfish.

I have however eaten fresh blue marlin after one (of 3) we caught out of Los Stenos Marina in Costa Rica died after a 90-minute fight. The mates filleted it there and it was probably top 3 pieces of fish I’ve ever eaten in my life.

It would be lower on the list if there were more blue marlin in the ocean, but they really shouldn’t be taken (and subsequently eaten) unless the fish died in battle. I discovered Halibut way too late in life and I’ve been making up for lost time in the past few years.

The last Dover Sole I had been at Carbone here in NYC (in Greenwich Village), and it was so expertly prepared that I found myself eating every last morsel of the fish skin, which is something I never do. Eat it raw, sear it, thinly slice it and cover it with a little soy sauce and this is one of the most exquisite tasting fishes in the world.

You might know this fish as ‘Ono’ depending on where you live in the world, that’s what the Hawaiians refer to it as. If I were on death row and could request my final meal it’d be fried whole Dogfish Snapper (probably prepared by S.A.L.T.

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The Dogfish is amongst the most iconic fish in the state of Florida, and one of the most sought after in the world. It’s a fish that’s been exploited by commercial fisherman and at one point it was on the verge of a complete species collapse.

Well, it’s rebounding (slowly), and I’ve become more open to eating the most exquisite fish in the ocean. Not too long ago I had a piece of Blue fin Tuna sushi at Sushi Nakamura in NYC’s West Village (the same Nakamura from Miro Dreams of Sushi on Netflix), and I swear to God I didn’t want to chew because the tuna in my mouth was so good I was worried I’d never taste anything that delicious again for the rest of my life.

Fresh oysters, clams, and mussels have a clean, crisp, and briny taste like the sea with high levels of Omega-3 and vitamin D. Why it's sustainable: Choose farmed varieties which don't harm marine environments.

These shellfish can also be grilled, steamed, broiled or cooked in a braise or stew. Mackerel is very popular in Europe, especially Great Britain and Scandinavia, and the Japanese love it for sushi but it is just catching on in America.

Why it's sustainable: The majority of mackerel fisheries are in the north-east Atlantic have been certified as environmentally responsible by the Marine Conservation Society. Arctic char with a rich, subtle flavor is a good substitute for salmon and trout (it's a distant relative).

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Wild salmon is a classic staple of the chef's kitchen and much superior in flavor to the farmed variety. Look for these market names: Chinook, Coho, Chum, Beta, King, Pink, Red, Silver, Sockeye, Sake.

Why it's sustainable: Wild Alaskan Salmon is very carefully regulated and watched over by a number of agencies. Most Alaska salmon populations are robust enough to withstand the pressure of commercial fishing.

Smoked salmon (hot or cold) is popular in many places around the world. Sable fish, also called Black Cod, has a similar texture to Chilean sea bass with buttery, luxurious meat.

Why it's sustainable: Look for long-line caught sable fish from Alaska or the Canadian Pacific which is carefully regulated. Avoid trawl caught sable fish and long-line fish from California, Oregon, and Washington which results in by catch of vulnerable species.

Choose high, fast heat like grilling, roasting, broiling, and pan-searing or long, slow preparations, such as braising. Why it's sustainable: Look for Albacore tuna caught by troll/pole from Canadian and US Pacific waters.

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Look for Denseness crab that is trap caught in Canada, California, Oregon and Washington. The best way to cook fresh Denseness crab is by steaming for 7 minutes per pound.

Spain's favorite fish is gaining popularity with chefs in the States, look for hake to be the next trendy thing in restaurants. Why it's sustainable: Previously overfished, the silver hake is making a comeback in the North Atlantic.

Stay away from silver hake fished south of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina The population there hasn't yet fully recovered and is still considered overfished. Hake can be substituted in dishes calling for Pollock or cod.

There are reports from Puerto Rico of a tagged Red Hind travelling more than ten miles to attend one such get together. As with all groupers it has a pretty stern look on its face at all times, and is not friendly with unwanted observers, usually disappearing under a rock before it can be closely approached.

To help you learn more about these fascinating reef creatures many of them will have featured posts over the coming months. The red grouper's typical range is coastal areas in the western Atlantic, stretching from southern Brazil to North Carolina in the US and including the Gulf of Mexico and Bermuda.

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As with all groupers it has a pretty stern look on its face at all times, and is not friendly with unwanted observers, usually disappearing under a rock before it can be closely approached. The Red Hind (Epimetheus Gustavus) is a species of grouper and a type of sea bass.

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When aggravated (they are highly territorial) or involved in spawning activities, these fish can very rapidly change coloration patterns, with the head or other parts of the body turning completely white, and the white spots appearing more intense. The Red Hind (Epimetheus Gustavus) is a species of grouper and a type of sea bass. As with all groupers it has a pretty stern look on its face at all times, and is not friendly with unwanted observers, usually disappearing under a rock before it can be closely approached.

Known for being extremely capable predators on small reef fish, scientists are very interested in determining the extent to which their invasion changes the functional dynamics of associated communities. While primarily eating benthic invertebrates, the red grouper is an opportunistic feeder in the reef community.

As with all groupers it has a pretty stern look on its face at all times, and is not friendly with unwanted observers, usually disappearing under a rock before it can be closely approached. The Red Hind (Epimetheus Gustavus) is a species of grouper and a type of sea bass.

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